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Wow. This is great. Great lights. The human figures are brilliant. Liked the bike too. Looks like you have taken a liking to street scenes.
Your street scenes are great, you have not overdone the details, and the figures are perfect
Beautiful colors and shadows and a great sense of light. Love your cityscapes, one of my favorite subjects as well. I am adding your blog to my subscriptions to visit again.Alex
Thanks Prabal! I sure have taken a liking to painting street scenes!Thank you very much Diana! Your comment is much appreciated!
Thanks very much Annie!
Thank you very much Alex for your kind comment!
Ramesh,Is that your friend Milind walking down the street and is that his bicycle against the building? LOL Very nicely painted. Love the colors and how fresh they look.
Kathy, wish they were :) Thank you very much for your lovely comment!
Ramesh, good work, this light already is recognized, your environment, with your apparent calmness and quiet.And these shades ultramarineRegards.
I really enjoy the mauve/purple shadow with the touch of red from the pedestrian that draws your eye right to that spot and then around the picture. Another great street scene!
Beautiful light in the one Ramesh.. almost glareycheersMike
Thank you very much Vicente for appreciating!Thank you very much Catherine! Your words are encouraging.Mike, Thanks so much! The light there was very harsh even so early in the morning!
Another beaut Ramesh! Love the title. And the purple in the shadows seems to give an intense heat to the scene.
Liz, thanks very much!
Congratulations for your work. I like the light and the shapes that you achive with the colors.Best regards from Portugal
Thank you Manuel!
I love this one watercolour, you surprise me more and more, your paintings are more goods every day.Excuse me because my absence in your blog, but, I've been from doctor to doctor, I'm now better, but still not 100%.A big hug.Enrique.
Very nice painting. Love the shadows.
Enrique, thank you so much! Sorry to hear about your bad health!I hope you get well soon 100% :) Hi Barbara! Thank you for your kind words!
Hello RameshYour paintings remind me of the time I lived in India. My father worked in India between 1946 and 1975. Have you come across the work of G D Paulraj who was born in Kodaikanal in Southern India in 1914? He studied at the Madras School of Art. You can see some examples on my blog at http://indian-influences.blogspot.com
Your street scenes are excellent, you've been painting better and better. Great work!
Nice paintings.I too started daily paintings inspired by duane kieser.
great work Ramesh!ur paintings are such for learn something.ur paintings and Ajay paintings alwase inspir me well.
Ramesh!This is a very strong painting!The composition is wonderful and you snuck a lot of different colors into the piece.I especially love the purple shadows on the street!Just great!-Dean
I'm so glad to have the time again to come see your paintings. This is wonderful, such lights and shading.
OMG! That's like a photograph...love your work! Especially the rain-drenched scenes :)