This is wonderful!!!
Hi Jani, This didn't post as sharp as i like!!! Delighted you like it my friend & always appreciate you dropping in!
Warmest regards from Dublin
Wow Hugh - this is lovely - very sensitive and fragile looking with all those softly speckled leaves, sort of like static confetti...!
Our son Derek will be here from Moscow next week and he is then returning to Cork for a short while, so he will take the painting along and we'll be one stage further with the transfer of Lady X!!!
Warmest greetings, have a great Festive Season and go easy on the Guinness. Sláinte!!
Hi Hazel Thanks! really appreciate it, Lady X will be delighted! look forward to it! I must send you a contact number on the mail 2morrow! You are ever so good!
This posted a little soft, so i was a bit disappointed with it! The original has a lovely sharpness to it! so are the pitfalls of digital!!!!
Have a wonderful Christmas & new Year Hazel, from Dublin... will be in touch!
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