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Pete Rose Painting - Pete Rose In The Renaissance by Stan Esson

Pete Rose In The Renaissance is a painting by Stan Esson which was uploaded on December 26th, 2010.

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very well done a Fav!!

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you Sandra!

Beautiful work and scene revisited!

Stan Esson replied:

Thanks for the revisit Jim!

creative; wonderful Stan. l/f

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you Bill!

beautiful work in this f/l

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you Sandra!

Wonderful and creative work! fv

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you Jim!

Gorgeous work! L

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you Shijun!

Awesome painting !

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you Maya!

Another one of your incredible works! You absolutely fascinate me with your ideas and compositions! Who would've ever thought to put Pete Rose into this scene ... You are amazing I voted for this!F/L

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you so much Judith for your nice comments!

very cool - luscious colors and very reminiscent of the big R. all of your images are a color feast. kudos.

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you Sam!

Stan, to me you are the epitomy of the "classic artist". Your works are diverse, fascinating and of course, extraordinarily beautiful. You have defineately earned yourself a place in the world of art. Gold medals to you brother.

Stan Esson replied:

Dave, Thank you so much! I really appreciate your comments!

Wow, love the composition, color, texture..excellent work Stan!! FV

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you Cristina!

Thank you to the buyer in West Hollywood California for purchasing a print of my artwork and thank you to Fine Art America! Stan Esson

too funny, excellent work, congratulations on your sale

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you Kathy.

wonderful reminds me renesounce

Stan Esson replied:

Thank you Vrindavan.

Yep, he sure did! Thanks for your compliments Bob.

Thank you Viet, This painting is three separate panels, resulting in a triptych. You are right. Alkyds are very tricky to mix up on your palette for canvas. I used smooth panel for this piece and it worked out well for me. Still a bit tricky, but once I get into the mixing process of paints and colorm I'm there!

Thank you very much for your compliments Carmen.

well done.....pete reaches the golden road,,,

It is a nice painting, Stan. I think it is more appropriate to use Alkyds for big murals on huge concret walls. I wonder if it is tricky to mix Alkyds on a pallete and paint on canvas. You did a wonderful work with this medium.

Ah, wonderful painting!!!!

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