Monday, July 5, 2010

Oil study #177: Hill Country Dusk

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Here's another landscape from a reference picture from Fredericksburg. For this one I did an underpainting with burnt sienna (bottom) and let it show through in the final painting (top).

Oil on canvas panel, 6 x 8"

The underpainting


Bob Barker said...

This is really very nice, Johanne. The underpainting is a very interesting technique.

Virginia Floyd said...

Very nice Johanne. I like seeing your underpainting process. You are very faithful to keep painting and posting. I admire your determination.

BJ said...

I like both of these. Which is more difficult, the underpainting or the final product? Really looking forward to seeing you soon.