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In my landscapes and especially for my coastal rocks I mostly use round bristle brushes, I usually accommodate them by squeezing the ferrule and turning them into semi round long hair.
Outdoors I prefer to use acrylic paint for its fast drying, since I quickly achieve rich textures and impastos in the canvas, through vigorous, dynamic and economic brush strokes, almost alla prima, thus to better express the cyclonic power of a wave breaking against the rocks, an effect that I so admire.

Portofino lights II
Oil on canvas 33x41 cm

Santa Maria della Salute
Oil on canvas 81 x 96 cms

Sea Rocks
Acrylic on canvas 4 x51 cm

Pullally's Salt, sunset
Oil on linen 60x80 cm

Between trees
Oil on canvas 48 x 64 cm

View to the Aconcagua
Oil on canvas 40 x 55 cm

Castle hill
Oil on canvas 63x74 cm

Hidden cove
Oil on canvas 41x51 cm

Chilean landscape
Oil on canvas 48x63 cm

Venetian Canal
Oil on canvas 51 x 61 cm

Villa Balbianello
Oil on linen 60 x 80 cm

Last snow
Oil on canvas 70x100 cm

Santa Maria della salute
Oil on canvas panel 60x50 cm

Jubaea chilensis
Oil on canvas 61 x 51 cm

Portofino ligths I
Oil on canvas 16x13'

Hurtado river
Oil on canvas 50 x 65 cm

The mill wheel
Oil on canvas 51 x 61 cm

Coastal rocks
Oil on canvas 41 x 51 cm

Lake Thun
Oil on canvas 51 x 61 cm

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