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Tuscany II by Decarabia69 Tuscany II by Decarabia69
Oil paints on two 8 X 10 inch canvas panels.

This is J.A.F.L. (just another fucking landscape) and is the reverse view of this acrylic painting ([link])

Not much to say about it, I just got into using oil paints again and had to do the usual (boring) landscape just to see if I remembered how to apply paint in the most conventional manner.

ZZZZzzzzz.
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visionart Jun 11, 2009   Digital Artist
Very Nice!!!
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:icondecarabia69:
Thanks, it's not my normal genre, but I sometimes have to resort to traditional media and traditional subjects just to prove to myself that I'm really an artist. ;)
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:iconseekingmysoul:
This is so beautiful and the colors are fantastic so full of life. You are talented and I love this picture.
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:icondecarabia69:
Thank you, you're very kind. :hug:
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:iconseekingmysoul:
You are multi talented nd this is so beautiful, seems like a dream like place, warm sunny, I like to daydream! :)
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:icondecarabia69:
Again, you're too kind, and I have to say I had the pleasure of standing on this very spot. My wife was adopted just outside of Venice, Italy when she was studying music there. We used to travel to Italy fairly often although it's become more difficult now with the economy.

Here is another view of the same villa in Tuscany (from the other side), but this one was done in acrylics. [link]
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:iconseekingmysoul:
Its a very beautiful place, thanks for the link
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:icondecarabia69:
Thank YOU for looking! :)
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:iconseekingmysoul:
You are welcome.
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:iconrzj:
Bright and cheerful such a funny contrast to your comment ;)

But the painting is very cool. very Italic! It was tuscan reconized it right away
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