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Oriental Painting - Tangerine Parasols by Stephen Lucas

Tangerine Parasols is a painting by Stephen Lucas which was uploaded on January 11th, 2008.

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Your work is really incredible....I hail from Chicago, but now live in Fiji.

Thank you :-)

magnificent work

Can't get better than this . It dazzles you!!!!!

I love the glow, it reminds me of the dreamlike qualities of Maxfield Parrish's images. The strong backlight is beautiful, the water looks as if it is not being struck by the same light as the swan and flowers that are floating on it. The wall looks very high, so I'm not sure where the light is able to come from that appears to be illuminating the parasols from directly behind. Truly a great sense of depth, values, and color! :)

Beautiful...

Stunning

Stunning

I adore this piece. I think of it at night when I need something to relax me and help me to sleep. I think of it as I am walking and listening to music. It inspires me and is a lovely, lovely piece of work.

Excellent Excellent work!!

Gorgeous, glowing, transcendental, extraordinary! Another favorite of mine.

This is absolutely spectacular. Definitely a feelling of sadness about it. Such glowing colors.

Stephen! Stephen! Stephen! Yes I know. I realized after the fact that I spelled your name wrong and it was to late "Sorry"!!! Incidentally this is my favorate work of yours. I think it is an incredible rendering.

I keep coming back to this one over and over again. I do love the glow of the parasols, but also intriguing is how you portrayed the faces. Very dreamlike and ethereal. This is simply uniquely elegant.

I love this painting, and the one called "orange lanterns" The color is lushious. So many of your peices are enhanced digital paintings. but I gather this one is not. Just beautiful.

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