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Pet Portrait of a Black Labrador is a painting by Eric Bossik which was uploaded on September 15th, 2007.
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Pet portrait of Denver, a Black Labrador. Collection of Ms. Lisa Manzione. This painting was exhibited at the Cornell Museum of Art & History in... more
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8.000 x 10.000 inches
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Pet Portrait of a Black Labrador
Painting - Oil On Canvas
Pet portrait of Denver, a Black Labrador. Collection of Ms. Lisa Manzione. This painting was exhibited at the Cornell Museum of Art & History in Delray Beach, Florida.
September 15th, 2007
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So real! Great work. It's like you can touch this gorgeous dog!!
It looks so real! Magnificent! I really love your work!
Thanks for all the nice comments.
Daniel W Green
Excellent work. I love your soft brush strokes and gentle light.
Awesome Eric! I love it!
this dog is amazing! They all have so much personality!
Great work !!!
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...and this pet painting is wonderful
VERY POWERFUL WORK, GREAT JOB
Wow! All these great comments. Thanks, ladies. I love all the praise for my artwork. I took dozens of pictures of these dogs before I painted them, so I don't know if I was actually able to get any specific emotion out of them. Dogs never sit still, and you just have to be patient, have a very good digital camera, take a lot of pictures, and hope you don't have to go back and reshoot.
Thanks for the feedback.
Wanted to just say hi, you have captures everything that you do like a photograph. I believe your one of the best. Linda
Now.. how did you get her to smile for your portrait work?? Wonderful work.. extremely well done..
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