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    The Forgotten

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    4.40 ( 1 votes )
    Contact jasonsacran@gmail.com
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    Added 2017-12-31 14:53:46
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    Description

    I painted this in Richmond, VA. It was a captivating scene, of a forgotten concrete stairs, being reclaimed by the elements. The top was a nicer part of town while at the bottom was a rougher part of the city. I thought it was such a mezmerizing visual story.  

    Specific details

    Name of Artist: Jason Sacran
    Width (inches): 20
    Height (inches): 24
    Media Oil
    Country United States
    Painting Genre: Representational: Landscape / Nature

    Rating

    Use of Color
    4.00
    Use of Values
    4.00
    Composition
    5.00
    Mood
    5.00
    Originality
    4.00

    Users' reviews

    dreamy

    The solidity of the wall and walkway against the dreamy quality of the light and the building behind work great against each other. The warm tones of the foreground and the cool background are perfect.

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