Thursday, May 13, 2010

TOUR EIFFEL, 7X5, OIL, SOLD


Is the Eiffel tower "in" these days?  I seem to notice lots of home items in the stores that feature an image of the tower.  I have also noticed several sites on Etsy.com featuring all things French.   Not being one of those individuals that is aware of what is "in" or "out", I have to trust my instincts on such things.  This is an image from my trip to Paris a few years ago. That tower is just so very, very massive!

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12 comments:

Sheila said...

Great job on capturing its beautiful "mass" on a compact canvas. I don't think the Tower and all things French really go out of style. In fact I think its synonymous with 'style'.

Linda said...

Regardless if it is in style or not, this is a lovely painting. I like the perspective - it gives a sense of height. Very nice!

Crystal Cook said...

Beautiful Carol! I love that angle, it really shows the Tower off. Impressive! How fun you got to go to Paris! Sounds like a blast :)

Concha Signes said...

Hi Carol, I'm long, I really like your works.
Thanks for following my etsy shop.
Regards

Art with Liz said...

Keep on trusting your instincts, they work well for you. It's amazing how you got this huge tower onto this tiny canvas! Wonderful.

Marie Theron said...

Yes,Carol, all things French are in. I think they eat healthy and in smallish portions. What I do not understand is that they can have a tiny coffee consisting of 4 sips and feel happy about it! Your painting is interesting as it does not give the normal touristy type of full-frontal view.

Susan Roux said...

This is a difficult perspective to do. Its great! I really get a sense of the grandeur.

Carol Blackburn said...

Magnificent! I can picture this on a 5 x 12 too. Maybe you'll do another one. Maybe I should be quiet!

David Larson Evans said...

Looks Great.

Barb Hillier said...

I love the composition and values. What a beautiful piece!

Liana Yarckin said...

I smiled as soon as I saw this. It reminds me of the first time I saw the Eiffel Tower. Great perspective.

Joanne Hanson said...

Great point of view! And so well done....

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