Day 18 – The Midpoint between Realistic and Abstract Painting

Afternoon Sailing, by Mary Gow
“Afternoon Sailing,” watercolor by Mary Gow, inspired by Gustave Courbet’s “Seascape”
Derived from Gustave Courbet’s “Seascape” by Mary Gow[/caption]Some impressionist paintings look borderline abstract to me.

Like Gustave Courbet’s “Seascape,” painted in 1874.

Here’s a watercolor I derived from his painting.

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