Sunday, June 28, 2009

PROGRSS

this one is relatively and old painting called"progress".guess we have progressed even further by now.

11 comments:

meera said...

You have captured the classic scene so well! I love the colors and composition!

Green Ibis said...

Could have had a little less fore-ground, do you think?

I love the bullocks and the cart wheels, the light on them is just too good.

-Madhu.

Irina said...

It is breathtaking. The sun is so intensive. And the scene is so alive. I was looking into details for long, thinking "how he does it???" :-)

Kathy said...

I like the contrasts in this painting...the old and the new. It makes for a good painting...the lights and the darks, the big and the little, the soft and the hard edges! You have it all. Having never been to India, I found this a fasinating painting with lots of painting knowledge AND a geography lesson, too. Thank You!!

Sandeep Khedkar said...

The painting is an excellent example of negative painting. Love the way the (old age) bullocks stand out against the (new age)development work. Great constrasts...both is painting and in the message!

Tapas Kumar Mondal said...

really nice :).wonderful composition .

Tapas Kumar Mondal said...

really nice :). Wonderful composition.though at center of the image dark color has been used but it never come into notice.

milindmulick said...

thanks all1you got the contrast

John Salmon said...

Exquisite.

Jayshree M said...

wow....beautiful painting....so alive.

CárcamO said...

belo trabalho em aquarela!!
abs do Brasil!