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Watercolour Painting - French Cafe Scene  by Ian Osborne

French Cafe Scene is a painting by Ian Osborne which was uploaded on April 16th, 2012.

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Love your cafe and peopled scenes !

Ian Osborne replied:

Thanks Mary

Excellent.... Thanks for dropping by.

Ian Osborne replied:

Thanks Peter. Glad you liked it.

Beautiful work Ian, I very much enjoy this cafe scene. v&f Carol

Ian Osborne replied:

Thanks again Carol.

I love this beautiful scene, you have really captured the amosphere so beautifully of the french cafe. Magnifique aquarelle!

Ian Osborne replied:

Thank you Natalia. It's one of my favourites!

Admirable restraint in the choice of pigments, and yet it works so well. I can feel the sunshine and the shadows. Well done.

Ian Osborne replied:

Thanks Pat for lovely comment. Always try not to use too many colours!! Glad you think it works here.

Wow! this is wonderful! Great detail and I love the way you worked with the white of the paper. There is lots to look at and that's what make a painting interesting enough to buy!

Ian Osborne replied:

Thanks Sandy. I haven't framed this yet so don't know how much comment it is going to generate when it is more widely seen. Hopefully will sell the original!!

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