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Portrait Painting - Murphy And Cody by Eileen Hale

Murphy And Cody is a painting by Eileen Hale which was uploaded on October 18th, 2007.

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Wonderful work of art! Bravo!

Adorable! Great painting! Congrats on your sale.

really lovely painting...congratulations on the sale.

Beautiful - Congratulations on your sale.

Congratulations on your sale.......Odon.

Beautiful, congrats!

Very nice, congratulations.

awwwe - love this! Congratulations on your sale!

What a sweetheart, Eileen! Love the folds of sily fur. Congratulations are well deserved.

Aloha Eileen, I especially like you animal paintings, and this one is just outstanding!

Thanks, Fran! I appreciate hearing that, very much!

Beautiful portrait Eileen, love that expression!

Thanks, Deborah! I know I don't need to wait for a commission, to paint giraffes - but you know - it's the cobbler's children not getting shoes again. Ah, well, someday.

Eileen, Thank you for your comments! and for noticing the fine points of the giraffe! Don't wait for a commission to paint one! Your work is beautiful! I especially like this pair with all of the subtle color and textures. Brava!

Thank you so much, Marlene. Oddly enough, I've gotten quite a few commissions for portraits of mastiffs, and have enjoyed every one of them. I love the wrinkles; the face wrinkles are fun, and painting the wrinkles behind the shoulder really brings out the tactile quality of their coats.

Stunning, especially considering it's watercolor. Beautiful job on the coats. That face on the dog is priceless, one of my favorite breeds.

Thank you, Anneke! I hadn't thought about their colors matching, oddly enough... Thanks!

What a lovely couple! Even their colours match! :)

Thanks again, Barbara! While I wouldn't call the animals in my portraits "humans," I definitely consider them people: individuals with their own viewpoints and intelligence. As I study them, I try to sense what it's like to BE them. These beings look at me as I look at them. What are their thoughts? I also think about the feeling of being near them, touching them: the shape of a forehead under my hand, the soft spot at the side of the nose...

Wonderful pair of faces.. great buddies, huh. Well done.. I enjoy the "humaness" of your work..

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