Friday, March 21, 2008

A recent painting

A small portrait of the artist David Tanner
10" x 8"
oil on C#13 linen

8 comments:

Trent Gudmundsen said...

Lovin' the lost edges that dominate the painting...and that razor-sharp edge on the nose really sets it all off. Sweet little portrait (but you know that). :)

PleinEric said...

I'm a friend of "David" who you painted... great likeness and wonderful sensitivity in temperature and brushwork. Inspiring as usual!

David Malan said...

Beautiful work Jeremy, I've been a fan for a while. What really impresses me is your ability to paint atmosphere, the fantastic edges, colors, and compositions will go without saying. Keep it up, congrats on the portrait competition.

Todd Bonita said...

wow! This is a masterpiece..well done!

Aaron Coberly said...

This is very nice. I hope this is not to forward but I really like the separated Langnickel strokes on the edges. It really breaks up space nicely

Jiddje said...

I like to "study" your paintings , just to see how it is done. I think you are a great painter. Specially your palette is what I like. I am a fan you might say! Great work

Jeff said...

Great piece, he looks like a young Camille Pelletan from Latour's The Corner of the Table:)

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