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Friday, June 24, 2011

Inspired by famours paintings - Matisse

Welcome to my "Inspired by famous paintings" series! :)

A while back I had an idea to paint famous paintings in my style. So I picked out some of my favorites and went for it. :) I first thought I was gonna do it on paper but it turned out I had some wood that needed painting. :) Here is my first from the series.

Inspired by Henri Matisse and Portrait of Lydia Delectorskaya.

Acrylics on wood. Size 20x30 cm (8x12 in) and 2 cm thick.

Original:

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You'll need to head over to PPF to see what everyone else is creating this Friday. :) And don't forget about the Mad Tea Party tomorrow. Stop by and you might get some tea. :)


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31 comments:

  1. Great try of Matisse's work. The blue and yellow works well together!

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  2. I like what you did and such a cool idea to mix the best of Natasha with the best of Matisse!

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  3. Tole je pa super!!Mi je všeč!!!

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  4. I love the idea of creating from the masters. Lovely job on the painting.
    Happy PPF! Theresa

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  5. What a fun idea. I think your Matisse is very appealing. I love your addition of the scrolled border. Whose will you do next?

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  6. Great work, love the colours! Hugs, Valerie

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  7. I had never seen this painting of Matisse's before but i can honestly say that i absolutely prefer yours!! You've totally improved on his original idea and your woman is way cuter!!

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  8. What an excellent idea! I can't wait to see what else you do--I love that you're putting your Natasha style into these.
    Love these colors too.

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  9. Well done! do you get yours that work ... Saludos

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  10. Oh wow Natasha your paintings are so fab. Loving your take on the artist. Happy PPF, Annette x

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  11. I love what you've done with the Matisse painting and I like your style. Great job!!

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  12. Gorgeous work...fabulous and fabulous colors too!
    Victoria

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  13. I like your style and painting on wood gives a lot of texture. Great job!

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  14. what a great idea to do a famous painting in your style...you did a wonderful job. Glad you put in the original for comparison so we can get a better idea of what you did.

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  15. Natasha!
    You are So pretty!

    I love matisse, (who doesn't?) and that's a damn good idea you had.

    What else? Oh, oh. yikes. I hope you get this in time to tell Me -
    i'm doing the tea thing at my other blog but i
    Still have yet to grasp: are we supposed to have a prize? like a door prize?
    xx,
    amy

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  16. oh, i love what you did, brilliant idea, they are wonderful.

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  17. Oh, this piece is just wonderful! What an homage to Matisse, he'd be pleased, I'm sure.

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  18. seriously interest exercise!!! I do really like yours.
    cheers, dana

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  19. what a brilliant idea! And your interpretation is such fun...can't wait to see what other great artists you use for inspiration :)x

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  20. Great work Natasha!! I really love your take on this artist. I think I like yours better ;0) What a fantastic idea!! Can't wait to see where you go with this subject matter!! :0)

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  21. These are such cool and fun paintings! Happy PPF!

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  22. Clever interpretation. I like it a lot! HAPPY PPF!

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  23. That is really awesome! Great job!!! :)

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  24. Fabulous color and composition!
    It catches my eye

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  25. What a great idea! Great job on the interpretation!!

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  26. I really like what your doing with following other artist styles ;0)

    Love Dawn xx

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  27. Fabulous interpretation! I love yours. And thank you for the introduction to that piece - not your stereotypical Matisse! Great!

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  28. Very clever interpretation. I enjoy the boldness. :)

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  29. Beautiful color composition! Powerful imagery.
    Happy belated PPF! I am taking a late tour!

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