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Impressionism Painting - Paris  Yoli By Alanna by Alanna Hug-McAnnally

Paris Yoli By Alanna is a painting by Alanna Hug-McAnnally which was uploaded on December 6th, 2010.

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Jill, thank you for taking the time to comment. She is hard to find. I was told mine was the last one bought before she went to galleries. I've looked her up and her work is still hard to find. Absolutely have enjoyed anything she painted. This was my first painting and a lot of fun. Her use of texture was excellent.

I own a similar Yoli and am troubled that I can't find her work anywhere to buy or value what I have.

Antonia - just looked at your site and love all the colors you use. My favs are your dog and the cat. :D Thank you for your lovely comment on my first painting. I do appreciate the time you took to send it to me. :D

This is lovely Alanna and I enjoyed your description....Vf

Viola - I just looked at your site - and the portraits - absolutely breathtaking! So very impressive. You definitely have true talent! Thank you for your lovely comment on my very first painting. She made me draw it in charcoal (I can't draw) so underneath is a lot of smudging and no drawing. Finally, I just started painting. lol Again, thank you so much for taking the time to look and leave a comment. It is very appreciated. :D

This is so beautiful!

Carole - coming from you a truly inspiring comment. This was my first ever painting and so much fun. Our teacher could paint absolutely anything and was also my best teacher ever. Thank you again Carole - I've visited your site before and am always inspired by it. :D

A true impressionist painting soft colors and good design. voted

Jane - thank you so very much for your lovely comments. Yes, this was my first painting and underneath is a world of smeared charcoal! Really smeared and covering most of the canvas. I finally just started painting and said the heck with the drawing. lol IF you look carefully, there are three "gray men" in the background - almost like shadows. This was a lot of fun to paint once I quit "drawing." You always say the nicest things and I truly appreciate it. We have totally different styles, but I admire yours ever so much and wish I could do the same! Let me know ASAP as soon as you get another on line, OK? Thank you again, Jane. :D

This is a very poetic and beautiful painting Alanna.I love the gentle atmosphere created by the misty peachy shades and the contrasting vibrant flowers.The two figures are so interesting and pretty. You are still attracted to apricots and soft blues quite a bit as I noticed it in your other artworks. I loved reading your story here and how you overcame all obstacles to paint this very lovely picture.v/f

Yili - thank you so very much! I just visited your site and I'm absolutely blown away. You are such a tremendous artist, and I have to admit I've admired your painting of Mother Theresa for some time. Having you compliment my little painting is tremendous! Thank you again. :D

Great painting!

Bobby - essalaam wa aleakum! Keif Halak? Ana mabsubt tammam, shukrahn. Thank you so much for your lovely comments on my very first painting. I just got back from looking at your site - and how gorgeous it is! You have a great talent. Again, thank you so much. Ma salaama wa fi aman Allah. I don't speak Urdu, but hope you understand my very bad Arabic. (It's been over 30 years since really using it. :D

Wonderful work and nice colors. Instant F

What a fabulous image Alanna...and to think it's your first one makes it even more special!! v/f!

Marie - I just popped into your site/gallary, and it's so unique and beautiful. Thank you for your comments. I truly appreciate it and the time you took send your thoughts. Thank you again. :D

Chrisann - you probably didn't notice, but I took a new pic of it with my new camera, so it's more in focus this time! lol Happy you like my very first painting. :D

Alanna, Love coming back to this painting.. simply stunning!

E Guipponi, thank you again so very much. This was my very first painting! My teacher for some reason made me draw it in charcoal. (I can't draw.) So underneath there's a big mess. lol Your thoughtful comments are greatly appreciated.

Georgie - I saw my mistake in spelling after hitting comment. Mea culpa. :D I'm furious people steal anything of anyone else's. We lived in Saudi Arabia - left hand cut off first time around. I like their style. No theives there!

George, just came back from your site! You've a tremendous and fabulous collelction of paintings/photographs. I don't think you're shakey any more! Lovely pieces of art, so I thank you so very much for you taking the time to look at my little first painting and giving me such a lovely comment. We have both been very lucky! Hope to see you and your work in here again!

Chrisann - this was my first painting, I was really sick and my hands shook due to illness. Figured had better do Impressionism - very few straight lines! lol Thank you so much for your lovely comments - they are also so inspirational and uplifting. Can't wait until we paint together. Want to learn from you about watercolor. Again, thank you. :D

Alanna, This is Stunning! I really like how you painted your portrait and the background. Wow, this is now my favorite and a vote underneath your image... A big congrats on excellent work! Your talent is shining :)and Inspiring!

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