You did it again Ramesh....! It is so realistic...Feels like that man is watching me.:))
Ramesh..my kind of painting! Truely wonderful..
great work done Ramesh,I can smell the fragrence of Rajasthan in this painting.The effect of light makes it more beautiful...keep it up.
Very good, howz your preps for exhebition going on?
Thank you Megha and Arti!Thank you very much Anurag!Its nice you live in Rajasthan.You may get subjects like these everyday to paint.Hi Ajay!Thanks.Preps are still going on.Framing is not yet completed.
This is a wonderful portrait and composition. Congratulations.Best regards
superp painting mama....
This is another amazing painting Ramesh. Those colours are so rich and vibrant. I love the way you do figures.
Is this the turban guy that Miland and David were painting? Very nicely done!!! and so is the next one that you did. You should have won a prize...
Thank you Gaurav and Liz.Thank you Kathy.No, he is not the same turban man.
lovely painting. I find it hard to paint people & expressions on their face. you seem to do it so naturally. do you do your own framing? where do you pruchase the framing materials.
thanks, for the tip, i will definitely make a note of the background issue. Would you be able to also tell me, as to what is the range of reasonable quality of framing (like a simple metal frame & glass)cost in India. say for a final size of 16"x20" painting. I always find it expensive to frame it here in states. are there any websites or places where one can get it done over there? i usually visit once a year.
yeah i thought of that & if i use plexi-glass instead of real glass it is easy to carry them, between clothes if packed nicely. of course one has to take a chance. since i visit bombay, may be the framers will come up with some novel idea. will let you know when i manage to do it. thanks for sharing the tip. hope to see more of your work. btw i have changed my background to a grey shade but cant decide if it looks good. any suggestions are welcome.
Superb painting, as usual, you have a rae gift to capture your subjects so finely. And thanks for the tag, I am honoured.
This is masterfully painting. The composition is so strong and inviting. It has a Classic feel to it. Great job!
I agree with all of the above, Ramesh. This reminds me of some of my favorite John Singer Sargent watercolors. Bravo!