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Weekender Tote Bag
Portable Battery Charger
Round Beach Towel
Original - Sold
40.000 x 40.000 x 1.500 inches
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Allan P Friedlander
Painting - Acrylic On Gallery Wrapped Canvas
May 16th, 2008
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Love this landscape, Allan. The color and composition are interesting and delightful.
Allan P Friedlander replied:
Congratulations on your sale!
Congratulations on your sale!!!
OLenaArt Lena Owens
Just love this!!
Nice patterns in the fields. I also like the textures in the clouds. Good work, Allan!
This painting has beautiful depth and leading lines!
Stunning painting! L/F
Nancy Kane Chapman
Let me join the others in congratulations on a beautiful painting! Monet and Van Gogh were looking over your shoulder! v/f
Fantastic work! v/f
This is gorgeous! would definitely hang it in my livingroom! Beautiful colors and subject.
This is a beautiful scene and I like the use of the greens in this.. Very nice
You can see the influence of Monet in here. I too love Monet. And Van Gogh - I paint his style for Prince Faisal bin Saud - Van Gogh's earlier days. lol Your painting is absolutely gorgeous. Such shadings and detail with Impressionism. Wish hubby and I could step into this painting and live there. Thank you so much for sharing.
Thanks Alanna you are so right on
Allan P Friedlander
You are right I am inspired by Van Gogh and Monet
I love your work. You must be inspired by van Gogh.
David Lloyd Glover
This is California. Love the composition Allan.
Your work is grand!! Glad to find many to look in on.
John Stuart Webbstock
Wonderful painting,wish I was there....Regards John
Great color selection and brushwork.
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