Boats, ships, sea, beach and shore

By Van Gogh - The Langlois Bridge at Arles

By Van Gogh – The Langlois Bridge at Arles

By Giotto di Bondone - Navicella

By Giotto di Bondone – Navicella

By Signac - Boats in Paris. France

By Signac – Boats in Paris. France

By Dufy -  Fete in front the sea

By Dufy – Fete in front the sea

By Manet - Swimmer ready to dive headfirst into the water

By Manet – Swimmer ready to dive headfirst into the water

By Monet - Belle Isle. Ar Gerveur. France

By Monet – Belle Isle. Ar Gerveur. France

By Cross, H. E. - Coastal view

By Cross, H. E. – Coastal view

By Sargent, J. Singer - Fish

By Sargent, J. Singer – Fish

By Pissarro - The dawn

By Pissarro – The dawn

By Malevich, Kazimir Severinovich - Gamble, unreasonable, advertising

By Malevich, Kazimir Severinovich – Gamble, unreasonable, advertising

By Altdorfer - Unknown title

By Altdorfer – Unknown title

By Constable - Nymph of the sea

By Constable – Nymph of the sea

By Turner - Wave under a tempest

By Turner – Wave under a tempest

By Bruegel, the Elder - Ripa Grande the old port of Rome

By Bruegel, the Elder – Ripa Grande the old port of Rome

By Degas - Village of the shore

By Degas – Village of the shore

By Boudin - View of people in the beach

By Boudin – View of people in the beach

By Renoir - Sailboat

By Renoir – Sailboat

By Marquet - Ship near Venice

By Marquet – Ship near Venice

By Heckel, E.- View of a channel

By Heckel, E.- View of a channel

By Gauguin - Stranded boats

By Gauguin – Stranded boats

By Whistler,  J. M.- People in a beach of Haute-Normandie

By Whistler, J. M.- People in a beach of Haute-Normandie

By Gleizes, A. - The ship Lucko in the harbour of New York

By Gleizes, A. – The ship Lucko in the harbour of New York

By Rousseau, Théodore - Bridge of Blois

By Rousseau, Théodore – Bridge of Blois

By myself - View of the Kontxa Bay from its beach at Donostia. Gipuzkoa. July 2014

By myself – View of the Kontxa Bay from its beach at Donostia. Gipuzkoa. July 2014

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7 responses to “Boats, ships, sea, beach and shore

  1. Beautiful collection – ah, to be by the sea…and is that last one done by you? If so, it is quite dreamy
    AnnMarie 🙂

    • Hi Anne Marie, what a pleasant surprise! Yes, I Confess this was my recent drawing. I’m impressed about your special sensitivity, because I really was looking the horizon but the clouds too, to imagine freely.
      Don’t you like to be in front the sea when sunset? I always think about how poor is the result of a drawing compared with the experience.
      Please excuse my delay to answer, and tell me what you want about your interests?

      • Though any reproduction – no matter how perfect – can’t compare to breathing in intoxicating salt sea air or hearing the crash of mighty wave against jagged rock, reproductions allow us to escape to the place
        🙂 As far as art goes – if that’s what you’re asking – I love Expressionism and Impressionism in equal measure. I love when a work of art affects me instantly like a transportive piece of music reducing me to tears or smiles in an blink 🙂
        Your art is lovely.
        AnnMarie

      • What touching words, but I think I don't to merit so much. You're so wise! I agree what you say: it is no comparable only an image, or one sense the vision, than to have the five senses of an experience. It's so obvious but we must to remember the difference. Maybe between you and me there are a lot of kilometers different languages, but today… Today we have the same full moon.

        Enviar: sábado 9 de agosto de 2014 a las 0:59 De: sketchuniverse <comment-reply@wordpress.com> Para: elord@myself.com Asunto: [sketchuniverse] Comment: " Boats, ships, sea, beach and shore "

  2. staviolatte

    hey this is nice, the light colours are so lovely — it gives the sensasional float-feeling

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