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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

Small southern footbridge
Oil on canvas 30x40 cm

Sea Rocks
Acrylic on canvas 4 x51 cm

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

Santa Maria della Salute
Oil on canvas 81 x 96 cms

Sunset at Alhué
Oil on canvas 61x76 cm

Nilahue's fall
Oil on canvas 64x74 cm

Hidden cove
Oil on canvas 41x51 cm

Chilean landscape
Oil on canvas 48x63 cm

Castle hill
Oil on canvas 63x74 cm

Misty day in Las Salinas
Oil on canvas panel 30x40 cm

Last snow
Oil on canvas 70x100 cm

Santa Maria della salute
Oil on canvas panel 60x50 cm

Venetian midday parking
Oil on canvas 28x20 cm

Portofino ligths I
Oil on canvas 16x13'

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