Dolceacqua - Italy; , Always in search of themes and motifs in painting, Claude Monet went to Dolceacqua dans la Valle de la Nerve, un lieu superbe a great place, perhaps attracted by contemporary images of Jean Scott and other photographers .
He set up his easel on the outskirts of the historic center, described as a jewel de Lgret and painted in the riverbed of the river Nervia, painting, with typical
impressionist style (but influenced by his personal sensitivity), some views of the narrow medieval bridge, a donkey, and the old village Tera, dominated by the imposing bulk of the Castello Doria.
Hi my name is Jean; I am a self-taught artist who works from my studio at home, in oil paint on canvas, My main subjects being Landscapes and Seascapes. I have recently undertaken portraiture, of which I am thoroughly enjoying and a new and challenging area for myself. I also have an extremely keen interest in Photography and I often paint from my collection of pictures, they prove an invaluable source of reference on wet and windy days when it is impossible or impractical to paint al-fresco.
I have been painting seriously since my children left home, that's when I realized that I had more time to pursue my passion - (painting) so In 2002 i decided to expand my vocabulary in art by enrolling into Lichfield & Tamworth College for a...
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