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Fire Painting - The Pantechnicon Fire. 1874. by Mike  Jeffries

The Pantechnicon Fire. 1874. is a painting by Mike Jeffries which was uploaded on April 14th, 2012.

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Many thanks Donna, you are most kind and I appreciate your vote.

Mike - this is an incredible painting, all the way down to each and every tiny detail. The composition is exceptional, as are the bold colors. Very awe-inspiring image as well as your masterful skill. Certainly a f/v for me.

Thank you Lisa for your kind comment.

Very beautiful painting! Love the colours and the way you captured the water and reflections on the road. v

Sorry Barbara, I've found it!

Thanks Barbara, excuse my ignorance but what is MOUSE?

Brilliant Mike, this is epic!! Fantastic work! you need to submit it to MOUSE!

Mike, this is a great painting. The details are remarkable and the story was neat to read.

Thank you Henryk for your comment.

Genialny obraz Mike!Doskonała gra ciepłych i zimnych tonów.! Ogień- test dla malarza!V/F

Fantastic work Mike, it really is! I can see why you consider this piece one of your best! I might also add a super job capturing it on camera to upload here, it is very clear!

Mike Jeffries replied:

Thank you Sydne, I am no photographer so I had this shot by a professional as a transparency and later scanned onto a CD.

Many thanks Ann for your comment and vote.

Very fine work, as always, Mike! V/F

Many thanks Tina for the feature in your group Artists Best Five Artworks.

Many thanks Lenore for the feature in your group Old masters.

Zeana I think you most kind and thank you for making this one of your favourites.

Thank you so much for your comment Clotilde.

Fantastic work in many ways!!

What a glowing comment, thank you very much Lois.

Breathtaking, amazing, awe-inspiring work of art!!!!!!! I loved reading the story behind it ... both that of the fire and of the image's creation!!!!! WOW!!!!!!!

Many thanks Kristin, what an honour!

Fantastic work, Mike. Love the composition - this is so very detailed! Vote. Congrats on your First Place contest win. Please feel free to join the Contest Winners First Place on FineArtAmerica Group, if you haven't already, and upload this image to the group. Here's the link: http://fineartamerica.com/groups/contest-winners-first-place-on-fineartamerica.html?tab=overview

Many thanks Peri for one of the best comments ever!

EXCEPTIONAL! The amount of detain in this work is phenomenal! I feel as though, if I leaned in and stared at it long enough, I'd smell the smoke and wet ash, and hear the squelching of the boots. I am very impressed! Then ... after this, reading your description ... Awed, is the more appropriate word!

Many thanks Rick for featuring my artwork in your group, my younger brother used to be a fireman at Camels Head station in Plymouth back in the seventies whereas I too was a fireman but of a different kind in the late fifties.

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