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    Sisi monument in The Volksgarten, Vienna

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    53 x 38 cm
    acrylic paint on bed sheet
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    Thank you for your comment. I am sorry, but my English is not very good. I wonder, what would "tangents" mean? Thanks, again.

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    beautiful

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJIWllIMHsg
    Sinix his video explains a Tangent really well

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    Thank you for this clarification. Now I know how this composition problem is called in English. Well, to me, this picture is really finished.
    I think, it’s better to apply the original photo.
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    As you can see, the closest match to the original was not my intent. I only liked the plants in the front part and the background was not of great significance. And as the material onto which I paint does not allow using traditional techniques of fading the background, I tried to distinguish it in some other way, using more rectangular shapes, thus flattening it. Curved lines of the leaves vs straight lines of the background – beautiful vs boring. I am not very much sure that I achieved my initial target in the best way. Perhaps one day I will return to this photo and try another approach. Anyway, I think this picture appears a nice spot on the wall, and that’s why I call it finished. Thanks again!

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