poppies in the garden by nelu gradeanu

poppies in the garden

oil on canvas 55 x 45 cm
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No need a comment,this is a MASTERPIECE,it goes in my favorites,BIG BRAVO,my dear friend Nelu..thanks for add your gorgeous work in my group,warmest regards,Ankica

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over 4 years ago
Nelu, tour flower work is just brilliant. But because you are reluctant to answer your comments and comment on other peoples work I am very reluctant to comment on yours. Please be more warm and answer your comments and please comment on the artists work that take the time to comments on yours. Take care and have a great weekend.
over 4 years
So beautiful!!!!!!
over 4 years
Wow, Nelu!!! Exceptional!!! Many compliments, Angela
over 4 years
Lovely Nelu, the dark background works really well.
over 4 years
I love the contrast of the delicate pinks with the dark background.
over 4 years
Lovely and smell the flowers! Nicely done.
over 4 years
This is gorgeous! Love it so much. Regards, Gail
over 4 years
A fine piece of floral art so well captured.
over 4 years
These peonies are just perfect! I wish I could grow them as well as you paint them! Well done!
over 4 years
Lovely work, so vibrant and fresh...Well done, Nelu!
over 4 years
Beautiful Nelu, with wonderful depth, light and colour.
over 3 years
What an amazing depth and what wonderful power of the colours !!
over 3 years
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for nelu gradeanu
nelu gradeanuThe painter NELU GRADEANU has borned in Barlad, Vaslui county, Romania, on 16th of April 1969.
Hehas been studyng monumental painting for some years, with Vasile Caraman and Gheorghe Raducanu under Roamanian Patriarchy guidance.
His speceality is wall painting and restauration.

NELU GRADEANU was productively and seriously apprenticed under the guidance of his professor Caraman working hard in the decoration of some religious Painting School with in the Romanian Patriarchy.
NELU GRADEANU assimilated wide artistic knowledge, his mentor being Master Ghorghe Raducanu
What is the most challenging subject for you to draw or paint? For me it is people portraits. I was happy how this one turned out but it's not always that way!
Beautiful, soft and sensitive with such lovely warm colors and so charming to view. The hardest thing for me to paint are roses. I think they will always be... view answer
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