Painting: Oil on Wood.
A study in D minor.
Keywords: symbolism, chiaroscuro, experimental, figurative, male, man, baroque, nude
More By Richard T Scott
very strong Richard, and again these warm colors, I love it!
Beautiful flesh tones, what colours do you use?
Thank you both.
My palette is quite simple: yellow ochre, venetian red, mars black, and titanium white. Every once in a while I use transparent red oxide or kaput mortem.
Rubensiano. Excellent work!
very impressive Richard how you do this with such a simple palette, just like the old masters!
I am now examing Rembrandt and Turner these days and I am full of experimenting with my colors and it goes better and better I must say...
and..you say kaput mortem, what color is this??
a bit GÃ©ricault.
your brush strokes and soft lighting make this form come to life; simply lovely!
J'aime bien ton travaux,Richard. Strong and poetic
im looking at rembrandt and vermeer, im also painting over old skulls to see if i can find the person again. youve inspired me to try harder than i ever have. thanks richard your a great artist
Again beauty and mastery, I love the roughness yet wonderfully beautiful and tender.
I love the strength of the pose and the beauty of the oil paint and brush strokes in this pictures! Duncan.
Very attractive, I can feel the power and gentle.