Pete Rose In The Renaissance

Stan Esson

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Sam Grisham 22 Days Ago

Atlanta, GA - United States

very cool - luscious colors and very reminiscent of the big R. all of your images are a color feast. kudos.

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you Sam!

New Philadelphia, OH - United States

Stan, to me you are the epitomy of the "classic artist". Your works are diverse, fascinating and of course, extraordinarily beautiful. You have defineately earned yourself a place in the world of art. Gold medals to you brother.

Stan Esson replied:

Dave, Thank you so much! I really appreciate your comments!

Highlands Ranch, CO - United States

Wow, love the composition, color, texture..excellent work Stan!! FV

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you Cristina!

Bonne Terre, MO - United States

Thank you to the buyer in West Hollywood California for purchasing a print of my artwork and thank you to Fine Art America! Stan Esson

Hartselle, AL - United States

too funny, excellent work, congratulations on your sale

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you Kathy.

Vrindavan, U. - India

wonderful reminds me renesounce

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you Vrindavan.

Bonne Terre, MO - United States

Yep, he sure did! Thanks for your compliments Bob.

Bonne Terre, MO - United States

Thank you Viet, This painting is three separate panels, resulting in a triptych. You are right. Alkyds are very tricky to mix up on your palette for canvas. I used smooth panel for this piece and it worked out well for me. Still a bit tricky, but once I get into the mixing process of paints and colorm I'm there!

Bonne Terre, MO - United States

Thank you very much for your compliments Carmen.

Okeana, OH - United States

well done.....pete reaches the golden road,,,

Victoria, BC - Canada

It is a nice painting, Stan. I think it is more appropriate to use Alkyds for big murals on huge concret walls. I wonder if it is tricky to mix Alkyds on a pallete and paint on canvas. You did a wonderful work with this medium.

Vienna, Vi - Austria

Ah, wonderful painting!!!!

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