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Thursday, August 05, 2010

THE BRIDGE AT NAUKUCHIATAL


Besotted with Claude Monet's impressionist art I started doing some of my own version. This one is based on Monet's 'Bridge at Giverny' but my feeling for the work is derived from a bridge at Naukuchiatal, or the nine cornered lake in Uttarakhand. The Bridge at Naukachiatal has more shades of green during early monsoon, when I visited the place. Monet's work has more shades of yellow. It's such a pleasure to learn from the master.

5 comments:

Juggie said...

THE BRIDGE AT NAUKUCHIATAL: Hi Sourav, This painting brings a positivity.. the extensive use green which is Nature's colour, is restful, soothing, cheerful, and health-giving. Way to go.. keep up the good work :)

Bests, Jharna

sourav mishra said...

Hey Jharna thanks for the appreciation. Will try to do more such work. I think my brush strokes need to improve to match the master Monet :-)

tellmeyourdreams said...

amazing! while chirag and eklavya are becming perfect photgraphers u are into using colors the right way :) congrats for the lucid work done!

sudeshna said...

the green of ur painting lured the green eyed jealousy of me. pretty!

sourav mishra said...

Thanks a lot Tanvi and Sudeshna these word inspire a lot....