Karst Landscape – finished state

oil painting of karst limestone landscape

‘Karst Landscape’ (St.Avit de Senieur, Dordogne)
Finished state
2009
Oil on Canvas

large oil painting…

 

 

The bright spring sunlight has returned. Seeing it again gave me the prompt that I needed to finish off this large oil canvas fom last year. Sometimes a painting needs a year or two (even more sometimes) before it arrives at completion.

See the work in progress & some commentary in the post : Karst Landscape at the End of Winter (in the category rocks or WIP)

“Karst topography is a landscape shaped by the dissolution of a layer or layers of soluble bedrock, usually carbonate rock such as limestone.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karst

Read about painting & rocks:
  • How to draw rocks & cliffs part one
  • How to draw rocks & cliffs part two
  • How to draw rocks & cliffs part three
  • How to draw rocks & cliffs part four
  • Cliff in the Vezérè Valley – ‘Sous Le Ruth, No.1’
  • Rock Formations – John Ruskin – Prehistoric Shelters in the Dordogne
  • Caves in art – Ruskin

2 Comments on “Karst Landscape – finished state

  1.  by  Adam Cope

    thanks ed 🙂

    coming from you, who pants rocks in sunny climates, it’s complement. not everybody knows these types of landscape.

    how'”s the painting going?

    must pop over ‘chez-toi’ …..paint on!

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