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Showing posts from February, 2020


Salicornia fields behind the dyke Inspired by FĂ©lix Ziem's rainbow sky that I have finally seen in real last week in the Gouda Museum, I tried to paint a quick small study of a landscape. The actual setting goes back to September when I took a photograph of our beautiful tidal fields full of salicornia which have turned into a wonderful rusty carpet by that time. A storm was approaching. The sun broke accidentally through the heavy dark clouds. Then autumn made its entrance. Hope to make a larger version of this soon. Achter de dijk bij Hollum (study), acrylic, paper, approximately 9x20 cm. See the final version in My gallery .


Winter morning through the rear window in Zwolle Inspired both by the view of this historic and intimate place and by Hitchcock's film, I am making a new cityscape painting. I like the low morning sun producing that shadow line. Tried to catch it. Though I would rather prefer to set the buildings more impressionistic, like the church here, I am mostly satisfied with the result. The sky remains the thing I still have to learn to paint. Rear Window, acrylic, paper, 34x28 cm. See the final version in My gallery .