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Venice Canal V-2, Venice Italy Painting

Venice Canal V-2
Venice Canal V-2

 

A canal view from the top of a bridge in Venice is a classic.  When the light shines from the back of a canal, it brightens up small sections of the walls here and there on both sides of the canal as it passes through.

Reflections on the water can be hauntingly still at one moment and swaying back and forth at the next.  In the eye of a traveler who visits here from far away, just capturing a canal scene like this is truly a magical moment.


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Venice Canal V-2

 

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Media: Original watercolor on paper
Image Size: 11.5 x 8.25 in. (on 12 x 9 in. paper)
Mat/Frame: No
Purchase: Sold

 

8 Responses to Venice Canal V-2, Venice Italy Painting

Padmaja
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The depth you have created in this painting is just amazing.. the eye wanders from the canal to the water reflections to the people standing,, all the details makes it a winner!

Keiko Tanabe
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Padmaja, I'm delighted that you liked this painting. Thank you very much for visiting!

saroj
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i like this water color painting too ( building and reflect in water very nice

saroj from thailand

http://www.sarojartstudio.com/

Keiko Tanabe
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Hi Saroj, receiving a comment like yours gives me a great joy. Thank you for sending it to me.

Keiko Tanabe
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Thank you for your kind comment, Luis.

tony bugeja
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Hi Keiko I saw one of your paintings on Facebook and now I happily discovered your blog. You have stunning work and as I am also a watercolor artist I can appreciate more the mastery of how you handle this fantastic medium.I will delve more into your blog as it is a fantastic journey in wonderful paintings! Thank you for sharing your work.

Keiko Tanabe
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Tony, thank you very much for visiting my blog via Facebook. I'm delighted that you enjoy my watercolors, which means a lot to me, especially coming from a fellow watercolorist. I hope you will come back from time to time to see what's new here on my website/blog.











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