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Macdougal Street Painting - Macdougal Street by John Tartaglione

Macdougal Street is a painting by John Tartaglione which was uploaded on February 1st, 2008.

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Beauty!

Nicely done! Congratulations on your sale.

Great Painting and congrats on your sale!!! - I love street scenes...V.

Lovely colorful urban scene! Congrats!!

Congratulations! :) ....................Sven.

So colorful! Congrats on your sale! -Kim

Thank You Marlene and Michael :)

My old stomping grounds. Still love going to the Village. Great work.

Awesome!!! NYC never looked better!

Thank you sooo much :) :) :)

Nice value, line and color. It makes me want to jump and walk down this street.

My grandparents lived on MacDougal Street in the 30s. Nice representation!

Was so engrossed in your work that the above sentence is not making any sense even to the person who wrote it (ME!!) All i wanted to say was.... i just love it!! :)

Wow... this is so real. The your colorful way of representing the minutest details on canvas.

I really think this one is great like so many others of yours. So vibrant and kinda surreal, I can feel the sunshine of the day. Thanks for your comments! I am heading into the direction of more erotic and it was good feed back...:-)

Dear John, LOVE your work. About your note: What a coincidence! What a small world....that is a cliche' but it is so fitting... Robert is my husband's stepbrother's son. Brian Harrigan's mother was married to Don's father. Don was at the wedding and he is the one who took the pic. Later, Anne

Lovely!

Wonderful sunlight and shadows. One can feel it is a warm summer day!

Excellent street scenes work.

I am quite move by your street scenes. The vivid colors are unavoidable to a lover of traditional painting. Your portraits are also stunning, especially the one entitled " Theresa"

John, I love these street scenes. It is only through your art that the commonplace is elevated. Three cheers! Kevin

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