Sunday, January 30, 2011

Painted Pamiglione

Old Harbor, Pamiglione, painting, LivornoWe have already seen in “Scali delle Ancore” that a hardware store uses a side window as a gallery for local paintings.Old Harbor, Pamiglione, LivornoThis time the subject is an older version of the “Darsena Vecchia”, while the recent photo is much more crowded with larger and less picturesque boats.

See also: Scali delle Ancore - Portrait of a Ship - Painted View - Pamiglione - Old Harbor - Fortezza Vecchia - Mastio di Matilde

19 comments:

tapirgal said...

I would take the painting home. This is very appealing. I love it when you compare art to the real location.

ρομπερτ said...

Can't say which picture is the better one.


Please have a good Sunday.


daily athens

Randy said...

I think they are both such beautiful images. The painting is one that I would buy too.

Traveling Hawk said...

The first photo reminds me on the boats in Malta.

Jack said...

I like the painting, VP. It would be a good reminder of the location and the harbor with all of the boats.

Kate said...

A picture of a picture...very nice. Actually the top painting is one that apparently many of us would buy.

joo said...

I love both:)

Kaori said...

I agree with Robert, both are fantastic photos! Such an interesting post! :-D

Happy sunday!

cieldequimper said...

Not much difference, there's a touch of new blue...

Farmchick said...

I would also like to have that painting!

Luis Gomez said...

Great images VP.

Leif Hagen said...

I wish I had a painting like that to hang over our fireplace! And the "real thing" isn't bad either!

Halcyon said...

At least they are putting their window to good use!

Dina said...

Both are pretty.

Cezar and Léia said...

It's beautiful, adorable painting!
Léia

EG Wow said...

Thank you for showing a photo of the place as well as the painting. I'd say the artist is very competent.

Steffe said...

Nice painting. Needs another frame I think.

Francisca said...

I agree with Steffe... give it simpler wood frame and I'd take it. It's a lovely composition... and so is your photo, then!

JM said...

It's amazing how you find these paintings to go with your photos... or vice versa! :-)