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Corot: "I work on all parts of my painting at once, improving it very gently until I find that the effect is complete". (Cf Howard Hodgkin, who does this at a macro level.)
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Posted at 11:14 AM in How we work | Permalink
I hope that you will not neglect my latter,
There is a painting artist corot had inherited from my father.
My information about this image is painting in 1856 to the art COROT.
Were discussed in all the Internet sites did not find the image.
We have briefed by one art professors in 1994, he told me it was a valuable painting.
I have visited several museums in Europe and saw the artist for this art.
It was some damage to my image result of some paint falling ill as a result storage,
Is there a possibility you have to evaluate this painting?
I ask you advice about how to keep good
November 29, 2008 at 03:36 PM
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