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Twilight -  small oil painting  dedicated to Oscar Wilde

Twilight   8x10ins.  Oil on Canvas                                                                                                    175

New colours appear in the normal course of each twilight, sometimes riotous colours but, especially when trying to paint the quieter skies, there are also subliminal colours which suggest themselves as ...being of help.     I can’t think of a better way to put it but like all such “suggestions” during the course of a work  they ought to be listened to.   

As I made this page, I came across the quote below by Oscar Wilde which, in the context of the painting, made me realise that we need not always comport ourselves during our daily lives with such.........gravity

“At twilight, nature is not without loveliness, though perhaps its chief use is to illustrate quotations from the poets”.
Oscar Wilde
Irish dramatist, novelist, & poet (1854 - 1900)

Ok, I’ll dedicate this work to Oscar Wilde.