Thursday, 22 May 2014

Hurrah!


I am really pleased with her, I wanted to capture that lovely colourful Bloomsbury era  just around 1918 ish
Have a lovely Bank Holiday  xx thank you so much for all of your lovely comments, and obsessions ha ha  xx
Hugs Lynn xxx


13 comments:

Jacqueline @ HOME said...

Oh WOW Lynn ….. that is a beautiful piece and, you really have captured that Bloomsbury set look….. no wonder you are pleased with it. XXXX

wanda miller said...

EXTREMELY SPECIAL, what you have captured, Lynne and such very "FINE" work! xo

elaine said...

I love this lady - so sensitively painted - she looks so sad and thoughtful.

sarah said...

So lovely!

The Cloth Shed said...

Bloomsbury indeed... Love her x
Julie x

Jayne said...

You have captured the essence, I love her too! Have a lovely weekend, hope the weather is kind x

flowers on my table said...

Oh yes Lynn, that would not look out of place in a Bloomsbury setting at all. You must have been on a roll, you finished her so quickly. It is fantastic, the colours and texture are very appealing. You should exhibit in a Gallery. Have a wonderful weekend, love Linda xx

miniacollection said...

It's perfect.
Geneviève

Jema Rose - The Bohemian Girl said...

SO beautiful!!!

Hugs & Blessings from Jenny

Vicki Boster said...

Oh Lynn-- she is exquisite-- and she looks so beautiful sitting there on your mantle. She deserves a beautiful name--

Love
Vicki

Mady Dooijes said...

Oh Lynn, I haven't visited for a long time and how I missed your amazing beautiful paintings. I love!!! Hope you're well. Mady x

Kay said...

Dear Lynn, I have missed so much of your blog...a broken computer, a daughters wedding and then a week looking after my adorable granddaughter!!
I love the wallpapers and can just see the fun you will have with them, while in Sussex i visited both Monks House and Charleston so see your influences with the portraits...beautiful!!

Angélica D said...

HI i love your blog , you have a new follower from Chile
Angelica