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The Little Ones Portrait Oil on canvas Alexander Hall Critique This is a collection of 4 pieces in succession The first thing that caught my mind about this group of works was the way it was presented Each piece is presents approximately 2 feet apart from each other This presentation u could tell was a very crafted and thoughtful process I believe the two foot white gap serves as a way for the viewer to reset their eye to a flat white color before venturing onto the next painting This made each of the four paintings in the succession look like a completely different and band new work of art every time u scan across them Color was exploited very much so in these pieces The background colors were so striking it is no wonder they put these pieces on the wall to see as soon as u walk into the hall All the backgrounds use a gradation in color from the warm part to the cooler part of the same color Also the cast shadows on the backgrounds from the little one her self are always done in complementary colors Finally we can talk about what is supposed to be the man focus of the piece The little one was painted with such skill and craftsmanship that it almost looks photo-realistic to me The brush strokes used to create the little one are all very short and aggressive which giver her real sense of movement For a further out observation then details composition is done in a different way in these pieces as well In every piece there is one part of the little on that fakes into the background or goes completely off the canvas From this I get the impression that this adds playfulness to the little one We all know how little kids never stay still this piece reminds me of my mom or dad trying
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