Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Tuesday Specials #5

Hemingway's House in Key West - front view


Hemingway's House in Key West - left view

Tuesday Specials #5

I had an idea about supporting my husbands fine art paintings. I will call it “Tuesday Specials” and will bring every Tuesday one painting out of his collections of pictures of Key West.

The pictures are works painted in Acrylic and/or Oil medium and some of them are already owned in famous collections all over the globe. The originals are available to buy for the art collector and art lovers, starting at $ 695 up to $ 4’500 based on sizes. There are also prints available to buy. For prizes see our website: www.vanhulstart.com . For special requests please write a email or call: 305-395-0326.

10 comments:

Carole said...

Sue they are so like photos it's amazing. I wont repeat what I've said time and time again. Just to say they are amazing.

Susanne49 said...

Hi Carol,

if you would see the paintings in his real sizes you won't say anymore they look like photographs, because you cannot see the brush strokes here in this small, tiny picture.

Thanks for liking it.:-)

Bob Johnson said...

I love the rich colors in his paintings, they jump out at you, in a good way, very nice.

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Bob,

I will pass on your compliment to my lovely husband.:-)

Worldman said...

Of course, you are right. To see the painting for real would give a different impression. But as Carole says, it looks like photos. And would I look at the paintings for real, at a distance of about 2 meters, I simply would say that this is the one-to-one rendering of a thing that really exists.

Though being a bit elderly on paper, but young (and sometimes childish) in my mind, modern in spirit and open to anything, I prefer this type of paintings. Because it shows me something I understand.

That is why I prefer Ferdinand Hodler to Picasso, Dali and others. I was never proud when I looked at a modern artists painting, exclaimed how beautiful these horses look running through the water and to be told that it was birds making their nests.

Susanne49 said...

Hi Peter,

Davids paintings are a photo realistic style of paintings, that's why the "ungeschultes Auge" is seeing and referring immediately to a photograph. That's a very time consuming style to paint and needs a lot of passion and patience from the artist side.

Thanks for your comment!

evlahos said...

a photo in painting or painting in photos. that's amazing

Susanne49 said...

Thank you evlahos! :-)

Davidlind said...

I was really attracted to the top one and then thought "Wait a minute. I have been here". It is a very cool place to visit. I have a photo of the pool carved in the coral bed. LOL.

I am enjoying your photos and also the ideas behind them. You can never have enough ideas about what to photograph.

Susanne49 said...

Thank you David

for your very nice comment to this post!

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