Thursday, March 11, 2010

Blue Bicycle

Gouache on Paper
15 x 22 in.
SOLD

I was gone out of town on a little trip to Chennai and Bangalore due to which I couldn't reply to your comments and upload new work.
I see that I have many new followers during this period. I'd like to thank them all for visiting my blog and appreciate their comments.
Also I'm very thankful to you all for your continuous support and encouragement. I always look out for your comments which are very valuable to me and a major boost for my confidence and development :)

34 comments:

  1. This one is lovely, Ramesh!I like the half light falling on the bicycle as well as the tiled floor...great work.

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  2. Ramesh,

    This one is just marvelous. Look at the bicycle. It truly amazing. Masterly work.

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  3. good one. the spokes highlight is highlighr of the painting

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  4. Ramesh! This painting is fabulous. I had to enlarge it to see it up close. I wish I could see it in person. A work to be proud of!

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  5. Wonderful work Ramesh. This is truely a masterly painting. Yo have captured the sunlight so well.
    Best wishes.

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  6. This is simply WOWWWWW.. awesome. Looks so real. great job buddy.. :)

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  7. Stunning painting Ramesh - and yes, we have missed you!!

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  8. Wobnderful and fabulous work !!!1

    Saludo desde Argentina.

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  9. Thanks Arti! The half light on the bicycle and shade was what attracted me to paint this!
    Sujit,
    Thank you very much for liking my work!
    Thanks Ajay!

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  10. Thank you Nouvelles for your kind comment.
    Thanks a lot Elizabeth for appreciating :)
    Thanks very much Vinayak!

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  11. Thanks Nithya! I was in your city Chennai for 3 days...missed seeing you :)
    Liz,Thanks a ton :)

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  12. Thanks Vanina and Liliana for taking the time to visit my blog. Your comments are much appreciated!

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  13. This is a very beautiful painting. The effect of light is fantastic and the details are excellent. Pagabéns.
    I became your follower.

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  14. Thank you d'Morais for your kind comment and for following my blog. Your paintings are very beautiful!

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  15. Fantastic detail and color! You've outdone yourself on this beautiful painting. Bravo!

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  16. marvelous composition! and the play of light is superbly captured. Love the highlights on the spokes!!!

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  17. Hello Ramesh, I thought this was a photograph at first and had to look again. Very realistic, I am impressed.

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  18. Very good, Ramesh, very good, I see you're using more gouash on colored paper, which gives you more freedom to get more air current and creative.
    That blue spot is fantastic.
    Regards.

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  19. Beautiful intense blues. I love the softer shadow in the foreground that doesn't dominate the picture. Everything works perfectly.

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  20. Thanks so much Gwen!
    Thanks a lot Meera!
    Thank you Mr.Richard! I'm glad :)
    Thank you Vicente for your kind comment!
    Thanks Catherine! Comment much appreciated!

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  21. Oh! Awesome!
    Maybe my favorite.
    Your shadows speak volumes of light~

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  22. I'm in love with this work!!!

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  23. Good work Ramesh, Congratulations

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  24. Stunning.. Would love to see the painting live..

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  25. Thanks Yasemin!!
    Thank you Jill and Annie for your wonderful words!!
    Thanks a lot Jesus!
    Thank you Prabal. Painting's not with me at present...

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  26. beautiful work, beautiful art!

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  27. ¡¡¡Wowwwwwww!!! This painting is wonderful, Ramesh, I love it. The light, and shadows..and the bike... ¡¡Congratulations!!

    A big hug.

    Enrique.

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  28. Ramesh!

    I love this!

    There's so much light, depth, and detail to this simple scene.

    And the blues are just amazing looking too!

    You master watercolors so well!

    -Dean

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