Arcadia somewhere between Paris and Rome 120X215 c"m oil on linen The main place from which this painting is inspired is a small pond in a village called Bourg en Bresse.
There are several reasons why this scene blew me away, as an Israeli that grew up with the harsh atmosphere of the dessert and the scarcity of potable water it was extremly new for me to see the green pastures, the big oak trees, the abundance of potable water, and the fact that people weren't exploiting th
Good bye tel Aviv-Yafo ,
you are beautiful,
it was great!!!
A special thanks to my friends that made my visit worth wild and more pleasurable, Here is a few photos of paintings I did of the rocks where (according to the Greek mythology) Andromeda was chained to the rocks, and set free by Perseus.
Now there is a huge mosque there, it is quite beautiful, And here is a photo of a pompei fresco of preseus freeing Andromeda, thank you to my friend Jonathan Beker for telling
This trip to London I got to see Turner’s larger body of work in the Tate Britain, and I realize how wrong I was (didn’t like him before) or how partially I understood him, I still prefer John constable to him, but his ambition, the shear amount of work and the quality was incredible. I prefer his earlier work since it bared the influence of the old masters (Claude laurin ) he was trying to emulate and successfully compete with. some realistic seascapes we're also beyond word