Tuesday, 23 October 2007

The Wachau Paintings Part 2

Within this week I tried to paint on larger panels and these three paintings are the results.

Während dieser Woche nahm ich mir vor größere Formate zu malen und die Resultate sind unten abgebildet.



House in the vinyard | Haus im Weinberg, 50 x 40 cm, Oil on Canvaspanel


Looking down the vinyard | Den Weinberg hinunter, 50 x 40 cm, Oil on Canvaspanel


Alley in Weissenkirchen | Gasse in Weissenkirchen, 50 x 30 cm, Oil on Canvaspanel

Me painting a little demo. | Ich beim malen eines kleinen Demo-Bildes.

20 comments:

silvina said...

Stefan,
You've been busy! In your last post I see that they put a picture of your coffin on the front of the invitation. How cool. I'm excited for you.

These last three panels are fantastic! You are excellent with painting structures. My favorite is Alley in Weissenkirchen. Really outstanding.

ANDREW JUDD said...

Hi Stefan,
Renu and I are so pleased to be the owner of the first painting!

The Wachau experience was amazing and its too bad the viewers can't see the originals.

Cheers... Andrew Judd

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Silvina, to tell you the truth: I am busy. The opening night went so well. Loads of people and we had so much fun with the coffins.

Thanks for your nice words. I have become more and more interested in painting structures without getting too detailed and keeping the the abstract qualities.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hi Andrew, I have to make the confession to the public, that you finally made the painting by making me stop at the right moment.

I really enjoyed this week! We had so much fun and learned very much. This is always so wonderful.

Cheers..Nue

Jennifer McChristian said...

Hi Stefan,

I've been missing out on some tasty stuff here!
I hope your reception was a successful and enjoyable event.

I like the way you retained looseness and spontaneity in the larger sized paintings. You paint with much gusto!

ANDREW JUDD said...

Hey Stefan... tell us more about the opening when you have a moment.
Cheers.... Andrew Judd

Edward B. Gordon said...

Schön, Klar, Briliant, es ist immer wieder eine große Freude Deine Arbeiten zu sehen.

herzliche Grüße aus Berlin

Edward

René PleinAir. said...

Goeie genade these are really great!! You have a strange color-feeling Stefan, but I like it very much, also because you're putting it so firm on your canvas, ... well done!

Slim Johnson said...

Nue -- your latest paintings really are great: beautifully drawn and beautifully painted. I love your color. Don't get too comfortable in that coffin. Steve

Robin Neudorfer said...

wonderful wonderful work. Perspective is spot on. Great light, and brush strokes are very energetic.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hi Jennifer, the reception went so well and there were loads of people attending. All turned into a wonderful party in the refectory of the monastary, which is affiliated to the church. All very outstanding!

Thank you for pointing out the looseness of my paintings. It is nice to hear that, especially from you.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Andrew, you would have enjoyed the opening. It had that weird Viennese twist to it, that you appreciate so much.
Good Wine! Several Viertel Veltliner!

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Vielen Dank Edward für Deine netten Worte. Viele Grüße aus Wien!

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hi René! Thanks and what do you mean with strange color feeling? Could you describe it.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hi Steve, thanks a lot! I am concentrating more on the drawing in the beginning of the painting, so I don´t spent so much time on corrections, which was the way I painted before.

No, I won´t! But now I can relax. I already got my coffin. ;-)

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Thanks, Robin! Although the weather wasn´t too good, I enjoyed painting and maybe that shows.

william wray said...

funny, I like the hiding suv.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hi William, I think those little details make the painting.

Michael Pieczonka said...

Stefan, I love these three. Great job on the one of the alley/street scene.. and an interesting palette. It reminds me of a few Sargent street scenes he painted in Venice.

MIke

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Stefan, What a beautiful work and sense of perspective and light you have. Color , composition and brush work are remakable.