Tardis V Georges Seurat

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Tardis V Georges Seurat Painting

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Nottingham, No - United Kingdom

congrats on your sale!

Quartz Hill, CA - United States

Lol!! That's wonderful! :)

Reno, NV - United States

this is just a reproduction of one of the masters???

Avon, MA - United States

Congrats! Nice

Al Khobar, Al - Saudi Arabia

Everything is amazing here !!! Congratulations !!!

Duluth, GA - United States

This is really a great job! The speckling effect (looks pixelated in modern terms) is matched really well. But to get serious...why in the heck does that woman in the foreground have a MONKEY with her? Of course she also has a bustle, so who knows. May i suggest the tardis next appear in the painting "scream" by munck ? Or possibly the one of the woman lying/sitting in a hay field looking anguished. Its American, maybe homer? That would be funny. Excellent work!

Plymouth Meeting , PA - United States

Congratulation on your sale!!

GP Abrajano replied:

Thanks, Bill!

Upland, CA - United States

I love the look of action that the ColorSync imply. Congrat's on the sale.

GP Abrajano replied:

Thank you, Patrick. :-)

Concho - Snowflake, AZ - United States

I love it, Gene! I haven't laughed so hard in several days! Most people aren't really aware of how difficult it is to take someone else's work and insert an object or element so well that it seems positively a natural part of the original! My hat, were I wearing one, would be off to you!

GP Abrajano replied:

Thanks, Peri. I'm glad you loved it. Yes, the process of seamlessly inserting a foreign element can be as complex as surgery. Also, you are wearing a hat in your photo. Hehe. :-)

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