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March 18, 2012


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The paintings are beautiful, and the website itself has a very nice design.

I'm always surprised in regard to all the places sand manages to be found.

These are marvelous paintings, thank you Francien. It's good to know that you have made them available, because they deserve to be widely admired.
The forms remind me, although the handling is very different and personal, of some work by Caspar David Friedrich, who grew up in Greifswald, just east of the Stralsund on the Greifswald Bay, and was taken by his first art teacher to sketch the landscapes there. Somebody could do an interesting study of childhood landscapes and painting styles: Mullaard and Friedrich from the Sand Belt, Constable from Suffolk, Monet on the beaches of Normandy...

Really beautiful art!

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