bouquet with owl etc version

I started the idea of the flowers against the window about two years ago.  I recall at the time that I linked several posts to each other hoping to retrieve and to remember where all the related materials were.  But right now I cannot find any of the linked posts.

I’m giving myself a few links to related posts now, things I found via an image search.  I’ll post those below.  Maybe I’ll find some of the others eventually.  In any case, I track my progress on the painting and record thoughts and problems in the blog as a helpful diary so that I can consult my own earlier opinions whenever I get stumped.  In the previous post I remarked on the consistency of light as a potential problem, now I’m wondering about the angle of vision.  Since there’s no actual still life, I have to figure out where I am imaginatively standing inside the imaginary room — which I suppose, if I must pin it down, is the Villa Castellamare that Bonnard rented where he painted his scene, the one that I love so much.

I’m trying to live there “rent free” as the saying goes ….

 

I don’t expect anybody to follow the links.  I put them here as part of my own filing, but if curiosity strikes … well, whatever.  Here are links.

Links:

https://alethakuschan.wordpress.com/2018/01/14/note-to-self/

https://alethakuschan.wordpress.com/2016/06/05/the-window-at-twilight/

https://alethakuschan.wordpress.com/2016/05/10/getting-it-right/

https://alethakuschan.wordpress.com/2016/06/08/more-notes-to-selfearly-stages/

https://alethakuschan.wordpress.com/2011/02/01/looking-out-bonnards-window/

I’ve decided to add the frog teapot to the picture, a previous drawing of it is here:

https://alethakuschan.wordpress.com/2016/07/01/watercolor-updated/

Here’s one of Bonnard’s drawings for his painting

https://alethakuschan.wordpress.com/2008/07/12/drawing-loosely/

 

Unrelated, but this landscape drawing indicates how a plane can lie flat and stretch out.  The table in the picture needs to recede flatly in this manner and reminds one of the links between landscape and still life.

https://alethakuschan.wordpress.com/2012/07/13/days-of-light/

 

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