Saturday, 1 September 2007

Schoenbrunn

Here are two painting I haven´t shown yet and had been painted during my plein air workshop in June. The whole week we painted in the park of the imperial palace Schoenbrunn.

Dies sind zwei Gemälde, die ich noch nicht gezeigt habe und die während meines Plein Air Workshops im Juni gemalt wurden. Die ganze Woche arbeiteten wir im Park des Kaiserschlosses Schönbrunn.


Vista | Durchblick, 30 x 24 cm, Oil on Canvaspanel


Roman Ruin | Römische Ruine, 30 x 24 cm, Oil on Canvaspanel

12 comments:

silvina said...

'Vista' is excellent! What a great composition. I really like the way you painted those tall hedges.

How's the coffin coming along?

D.Wienand said...

Hi Stefan,
in Schönbrunn bin ich auch öfters mal langgelaufen, da kann man eigentlich wirklich viel malen.
Das Licht auf dem Boden der ersten Skizze gefällt mir :).

rob ijbema said...

both are great especially the contrast
on the second you are very brave with that big light foreground...but it works!

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hello Silvina,thank you very much. The coffin is finished and pictures have been taken of. I will post them soon.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Vielen Dank, Don! Ich hab nun jedes Jahr in Schoenbrunn gemalt und es ist interessant, wenn man manche Motive öfters malt. Gerade das Palmenhaus hat so seine Tücken.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hi Rob, the foreground is a little too washed out. Actually there is palette knife work in warm and cool greys. Thanks!

silvina said...

Stefan,
I looked up those two artists that you mentioned on my blog. Fantastic! I'm a new fan of both now. Thanks.

Jared Shear said...

I really enjoy that top piece, something about those bright green hedges really pull me in.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Silvina, I am glad you like them. Both painters are my all time favourites.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Thanks, Jared!

Michael Pieczonka said...

Stephan.. very nice PAs. The second one of the Ruin is very nice! I like the light hitting the arch.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Thanks Michael, when I started the ruin I felt so exhausted, because of my workshop teaching and the painting I had painted in the morning. Then I just let it happen and it went well. So I learned to stay loose.