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January 5, 2021
Ithos by ArturTreffner
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StephenL's avatar

Is this a digital painting? Fantastic work, excellent.

Tinselfire's avatar

Looks kind of ominous. Makes one wonder what is casting the huge shadow.

Jeremy-The-Guy's avatar

Gotta love classical architecture like this 😊

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DarcyWillow25's avatar
Very impressive 👍
hisnhers's avatar

I feel like I'm looking out my window and simply opening a door will allow me to walk outside into the midst of this lovely scene. How beautiful.

Aura-Winddragon's avatar

So beautiful, I'd love to go there and relax.

Yasuki-Konno's avatar

Besides being a well-researched Graeco-Roman scene come to life, how you realized the greens and the people going about their Individual lives is the best part; despite the stillness I do feel sense of flow of time and movement, vibrant tranquillity.

Also your tonework with soft contrast of shadow vs sunlight really embeds authentic warmth and soul here. Absolute spiritual successing of Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Ithos in the morning.

LindArtz's avatar

Wow! Very nice work!! :clap: !!! Congrats on your Much Deserved, DD!!

merelvaneck's avatar

Wow, that is absolutely gorgous!! :)

zeynel13's avatar

Absolutely gorgeous !

this must be diplomacy because i see no violence in nowere,,this is great , exelent,n peacefull!!

there is no place here if you want to be a warrior, thats why is so peacefull, its a temple of the gods, right?

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LisaLovelyLPA's avatar

Very interesting way to paint and subject manner. I think I saw your art before .. not sure ? Got you on watch now. I like your art because I think I was recarnated from those times.

ShinobiPizza's avatar
This belongs in a museum.
GradivaOlive's avatar

Awesome depiction of the ancient culture!

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