Water Reflections in the Canals of Venice

The photos in this file were taken by Max Darby in August 2011

These water reflections, taken along the canals in Venice, can be used as inspirations for drawings, paintings (in watercolour, acrylic or oil paint). Alternatively, they can be appreciated simply for their own beauty.

They would provide a range of related topics for painting abstracted colour arrangements on large or small canvases.

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2 Responses to “The Water Refelections of Venice”

  1. max says:

    I’m glad you noticed the very reason I included them…they would make a great start for abstract paintings. Being in Venice so much made it easy to collect them. There’ll also be other Venice images included soon such as the Chimney Pots of Venice.

  2. Sue Maygar says:

    Max these are very beautiful. I am particularly attracted to the more abstract forms. Water and poor weather can produce such fantastic paintings in a photograph. Your images are paintings within their own right. Stunning.

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