Seascape Art Print Monet Style by CJunqueira

I just loved how this seascape art print came out so “monetish”, or would it be “mone’ish”?

Either way, this fusion of 2 oceanic photographs and a lot of stylus work gave the tone I was looking for.

Seascape Art Print Monet Style

Claude Monet was one of the founders of French Impressionist painting movement. An abundant painter and adict of his own philosophy of expressing personal intimate perceptions of nature.

That impressionistic vision was most obiviously detected on his outdoor scapes.

# 20131027-1435
series: seascapes
digital fine art
(c) Caito Junqueira
Garça – SP/BR


Do you think Monet would consider me to become his esquire? Afterall, the brush can also be mightier than the sword!

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2 thoughts on “Seascape Art Print Monet Style by CJunqueira

  • February 20, 2016 at 1:16 am

    Hello there! I love the picture! I do feel that this page is lacking content. It doesn’t leave me a lot to go off of. Your last line on your page is however intriguing. Art is so neat in how there can be so much detail in something so abstract. The rest of your site is looking nice. Best of luck to you!

    • February 20, 2016 at 10:03 am

      Hello, Micah,

      Thank you for your kind words and advice. I do struggle with image/text balance. While I know that text content plays significan role here, I also believe that, since the blog is about visual arts, images should be the major players. Therefore I’m always swaying to the pictorial side of the post. I have tried adding more pictures and text to them, but I did not like the result. I am, on this one, adding a little text about Monet and Impressionism that I had prepared but left out at the last minute.

      What would you add about my little conflict?



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