breda-First Whole Breda by Carol Sutton artist ©

 

 
1.
(1986) First Whole Breda [#14 large painting made that year]
July 28th and finished on July 30th of 1986, 80.5" x 106" or 204.4 cm by 269.2 cm,
Materials: Golden Acrylic on cotton canvas
Notes: Painted while artist was in attendance at Triangle Artist Workshop, Pine Plains, New York State
Source: of the Blue+Orange color combination was that Blue and Orange were my high school colors of Granby High School, Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.A.
Provenance: shown in closing day exhibition of Triangle,
Collection: of the artist
Web provenance: none prior to publication on http://www.carolsutton.net
credit: scan by Dale Clark of Orange Cap Productions

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A PART OF
Velazquez-mid size Breda
 
 
All are inspired by the single historical painting
by Diego Velazquez [1599-1660]
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Velazquez, Diego
The Surrender of Breda or Las Lanzas
Before 1635
Oil on canvas
10' 7/8" x 12' 1/2" (307 x 367 cm)
Museo del Prado, Madrid
 

detail-pastel soldiers & lace cuff

Source: Based on :

Velazquez, Diego
The Surrender of Breda or Las Lanzas
Detail showing lace cuff, pastel colored soldiers, brown uniform with gold strips of Justin of Nassau onn the left & blue-black uniform of Spinola on right. Dark surround area has a core of central lighter area.
Before 1635
Oil on canvas
10' 7/8" x 12' 1/2" (307 x 367 cm)
Museo del Prado, Madrid
 
 
 


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