Tuesday, 1 September 2009

The Wachau Paintings

Sorry for my delayed post. I was busy having a workshop and after that an exhibition in Munich. I spent one week in Munich, met nice people and checked out some opportunities to teach and to show my paintings in a gallery there.

Dieser Post kommt etwas später als geplant, da ich in der Zwischenzeit einen Malkurs und einen München Besuch mit Ausstellung hinter mich gebracht habe. Ich war eine Woche in München, wo ich nette Menschen traf und eine Ausstellung in einer Galerie und Unterrichtsmöglichkeiten klarmachte.

Hill | Anhöhe, 24 x 18 cm, Oil on Canvaspanel

Alleyway | Durchgang, 30 x 24 cm, Oil on Canvaspanel

Shed | Schuppen, 30 x 24 cm, Oil on Canvaspanel

The House | Das Haus, 24 x 30 cm, Oil on Canvaspanel

Dürnstein, 20 x 40 cm, Oil on Canvaspanel


regis pettinari said...

I like much the format 20x40. I find that it has a small resemblance with the paintings of Sisley when he painted in Moret on Loing.

Anonymous said...

wonderful colours, soft yet powerful and atmospheric, jsut beautiful Stefan. r.

rob ijbema said...

wow you must be pleased stefan
it is just all there ,solid drawing,light,atmosphere and painterly,beautiful!

Stephen Magsig said...

Beautiful work great values and color

Jiddje said...

Great colors en beautiful brushwork!

Vicente Herrero said...

I admire your painting, but also I admire that quite it could be in such dimensions.
The first picture has a special captivation.

Werner said...

Hi Stefan!
So many great works in one post... nice work!

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hi Regis!
I had only a limited time in this painting and painted it very quickly. That is sometimes an advantage.
Thanks for your comment.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Thanks Rahina, Rob, Stephen, Jiddje and Vicente. I am so flattered by your lines.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hi Werner!
I haven´t heard from your for some time. Thanks that you stopped by.
Viele Grüße nach Nizza.

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Of the numerous artists who have immortalised the Wachau in their works, the Wachau painters of the 19th century merit special mention.

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wonderful colours,I like much the format 20x40

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