Monday, 26 May 2014

Influences of Edith

Now I have started painting I can't stop.. I have fallen in love with the American artists this time and really wanted to paint a more vintage style girl.. so here she is xxxxx



22 comments:

tam said...

Gorgeous! Love the colours x

Madelief said...

Dear Lynn,

She is just beautiful....do continue to paint and show us more!!!!

Have a lovely evening!

Madelief xxx

elaine said...

The only Edith I can think of is Edith Wharton! When I was a young girl everyone seemed to have this hairstyle with maybe the addition of a big floppy bow. Delightful.

Jacqueline @ HOME said...

Lilla Cabot Perry …… her granddaughter. You have captured her beautifully Lynn. I LOVE it. XXXX

sarah said...

Fabulous! You are so talented.

Seawashed Kerrie said...

Omg you are jyst anazing!

Julie Whitmore Pottery said...

Its amazing; you are so good, she has such a great look about her and yes, very American, sort of a Kate Hepburn , very East Coast aura about her.
I hope you keep steadily at it~
Julie

Anne Jeffries said...

Bravo. Your style and mood is reminiscent of Edward Hopper, a favorite of mine.

Lynn - after some big changes, I'm posting these days at anniegolightly.blogspot.com

manon 21 said...

tu as raison ,continue c'est beau...

Amiti├ęs

Manon

Streetcomber said...

They have so much charm, I really like them. Have you seen The Bloomsbury Cookbook, Recipes for Life, Love and Art? Am sure you would enjoy the paintings and sketches in this lovely book, esp. those by Dora Carrington. x

flowers on my table said...

Lynn, she is wonderful.I love her eyes. Keep painting, you have a gift. All my love, Linda xx

Hannapat said...

Beautiful! You are so so talented Lynn! xoxo

Seawashed Kerrie said...

I am finally coming over to get a better view of your newest painting on my laptop. I could barely see it on my phone and I notice my comment is all a mess from my phone too. lol

You are such a good artist. I do believe if you could ever part with your paintings that they would sell quickly in your shop. Beautiful beautiful.

Jayne said...

Your paintings have such a quality to them that I love but can't quite define. Keep painting because we love to see them. You are such a talented lady. Jayne.

The Cloth Shed said...

And I like your French jam pot too xx
Julie x

flowers on my table said...

Hee hee, it would indeed be lovely to open a cupboard and find some delftware hiding there. That comment did make me smile. Thank you for your lovely comments. Have a very happy Friday. Love Linda xx

Jess said...

Wow this is stunning! I love your Bloomsbury one too. Talking of obsessions (from your previous post) I used to be obsessed with the Bloomsbury group and I read and reread loads of books about them. I even visited Charleston which led to even more obsessing! :) Truly lovely paintings.
Jess x

HWIT BLOGG said...

Just beautiful...
Love,
Titti

HWIT BLOGG said...

Just beautiful...
Love,
Titti

Vicki Boster said...

Oh Lynn -- THIS is your newest passion -- she is stunning. I think she has a beautiful face and you have truly brought her to life-- you were meant to pick up that paintbrush~

xoxo
Vicki

Verbena nested treasures said...

Hi Lynn, I don't really visit blogs that much but you popped into my mind this morning.. Must be the magic & goodness you put out there... Anyway had to visit to say hello & let you know I keep your beautiful art next to me on my favorite chair. God Bless Laura

Verbena nested treasures said...

Oh I stopped by because my moms name is Edith! Xo