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Title: Reflections in Marble (Red Fort - Delhi)
by: David Baker
Art Type: Limited Edition Prints
Media: Photography
Subject: Architecture Cityscape Classical
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Reflections in Marble (Red Fort - Delhi)
Such a peaceful beautiful piece.
 Lastest-- Many thanks that is very kind of you!david : )

anitatillemans
1 > 2 years
by Anonymous
This very Spiritual painting brings life to vision . . .
To demonstrate its power block out the bottom half with a sheet of paper, then do the same with the top half. The result: visual clarity. Good going David . . . Edward
 Lastest-- I much appreciate your thoughts on these matters! david: )

elongo1
1 > 2 years
by David_Baker
Reflexions...
...like peace and calm. Splendid light and contrast.

lovi
2 > 2 years
by David_Baker
No Subject.
Those reflections trick me out. How marvelous that you see this and bring it to us. Ginette

GinetteArt
1 > 2 years
by David_Baker
Reflections in Marble
David, David, David. Keep this up and I will have to actually buy some of your work. It's wonderful. Thanks for the opportunity to view it. ROQUE'

Roque
1 > 2 years
by David_Baker
Reflections in Marble (Red Fort - Delhi)
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Malner
1 > 2 years
by David_Baker
wonderful composition . ..
I love pieces that look like an 'abstract' from a distance, but from up close are really photo-realistic, almost. Prize-winner, David*...or it should be!
 Lastest-- I have now completed a series of works based on my visit to the Red Fort in 2003 and will be putting some up to the CC before long. And thanks too Lad for your message informing others that

LVH
1 > 2 years
by David_Baker
Reflections in sound too, I suspect.
The picture is relaxing in itself, makes me want to walk thru there, hear it, feel it and see it, sniff, find out what that experience is, and hope it is all the picture seems.


gilnv
0 > 2 years
excellent! patrickg:-)
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mylifeisart
0 > 2 years
A very sensitive piece, David ...
... with plenty of detail to get lost in. The contrasts of upper/lower, right/left are irresitably engaging. (You and Sam are going to have to merge your tributes to architecture at some point.) Le
 Lastest-- If as in Goethe's famous quotation, 'Architecture is frozen music' (oft repeated by Buckminster Fuller), then photography of architecture is, perhaps, frozen music decoded (if not defrosted!) At least

lkaloidis
1 > 2 years
by David_Baker
Beautiful David
The bars on the window are not unlike your self portrait!
 Lastest-- You are right about similarities between the window and my SP, I hadn't noticed that! Thanks! david: )

Trisha
1 > 2 years
by David_Baker
meditation on the red fort (Delhi) by David Baker
very nice work david
 Lastest-- I am very busy with non art matters, but will reply to your other critiques (and those of others) as soon as I am free. David: )

debsweb
1 > 2 years
by David_Baker
Meditation on the Red Fort (Delhi)-David Baker
Love this. Would be brilliant as a large scale image.

rshryhorczuk
0 > 2 years

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