Thursday, October 30, 2008

Studies after J.M.W. Turner







Turner is one of my favorite artist.
Here are some watercolors I made in past few days, inspired by Turner's oil paintings. My basic intention was to catch his color harmonies, although the 4th is more saturated. Here they are, in chronological order.

11 comments:

Douglass Montrose-Graem said...

You are cordially invited to visit
www.turnermuseum.org
for a FEAST of Turners

Douglass
www.spirit007genius.com
Director
The Turner Museum

A. Riabovitchev said...

Very BeAUTIFUL studies Vladimir!:o)

EL Gato Negro said...

beautiful work sir especially the boxer you have on the side, just awesome sir.

Mike Vatcher said...

these are amazing! I love the second one down. you really carved the form into the ship in the foreground while letting the others fade into bleeding silhouettes. keep it up!

Александра Радонић said...

Ова последња таако радује...

Vladimir Bursać said...

for Mr. Douglass Montrose-Graem: Thank you very much sir for your kindly invitation. I saw turnermuseum.org and I like it very much.

for A. Riabovitchev, EL Gato Negro and Mike Vatcher: Thanks a lot friends. Always happy when see you here.

Александри: Драго ми је. :о)

sebastian giacobino said...

great work! greetings.

CATI said...

My god! those paintings are...
more than Wonderful! that reminds me of John Constable, William Turner, all the stuf I admire!
I'm linking you , Vladimir! :-))

CATI said...

haha, I read now the title :-))

Vladimir Bursać said...

to sebastian giacobino: Thanks man.

to CATI: Thanks a lot! :o)

tiho said...

Uaaaaauuuuu!!!!!