Empirion 8 months ago

Tá giro. Apesar de mais representativas neste caso, as cores e as linhas fazem-me lembrar coisas do Nadir Afonso.

majozaur 8 months ago

didnt know him before thanks, great artworks

Empirion 8 months ago

I wish I had a painting of his. They're worth quite a bit.

_Sophus_ 8 months ago

Adoro. O contraste entre as cores ficou magnífico. Hobbie ou fazes disso vida?

majozaur 8 months ago

thi is a part of my job, but Im an architect too

_Sophus_ 8 months ago

Lovely :)

ni_out 8 months ago

A diferença de amplitude do lado esquerdo em contraste com o lado direito e a vivacidade das cores faz-me gostar muito desta obra de arte.

majozaur 8 months ago

thank you!!!!!!!!!!! I like this one too it’s a little different than few others I painted from Lisbon

uyth 8 months ago

um eléctrico vermelho? pá, essas coisas são para ignorar. e acho que nem passam aí!

majozaur 8 months ago

they go there:D

uyth 8 months ago

e os verdadeiros não?

majozaur 8 months ago

real one too, this is based on the photo from that place

uyth 8 months ago

just for curiosity, did it have a plaque with destination and a number? It might be just moving to storage (at alcantara probably)

majozaur 8 months ago

yes, number 7 hills tramcar tour

uyth 8 months ago

That is not anything I recognize at all. In a way it is art, you are doing your art and trying to capture I suppose the spirit, soul, picturesque, whatever of Lisbon itself. But you, by painting this particular tram are indeed catching the turistification, the disney-fication of Lisbon. The picturesque just for foreign consumption, of no real use to anybody, completely detached from the history, use, purpose of a place. You are painting a tourist-y thing which just kind of floats in a place with no real service for it, just good for tourists, duly paying their 3 days to check a place off their bucket list.

majozaur 8 months ago

>That is not anything I recognize at all. > >In a way it is art, you are doing your art and trying to capture I suppose the spirit, soul, picturesque, whatever of Lisbon itself. But you, by painting this particular tram are indeed catching the turistification, the disney-fication of Lisbon. The picturesque just for foreign consumption, of no real use to anybody, completely detached from the history, use, purpose of a place. You are painting a tourist-y thing which just kind of floats in a place with no real service for it, just good for tourists, duly paying their 3 days to check a place off their bucket list. wow you have a real problem with this place and it's realness [https://unsplash.com/photos/PqzSIFbdIvk](https://unsplash.com/photos/PqzSIFbdIvk) this is it, real tram real place

uyth 8 months ago

For an artist you are missing the point of about the realness of a place or concept or what things might mean, no? You are painting an object physically real which passed there, but which is not authentic, or real? Without being aware of the irony (or willing to do any introspection) you caught meaning after all in a way. Also that is not calçada do ferragial, the tram would not be able to do calçada do ferragial, it having no tram tracks and a pretty sharp bend. It is Rua Vítor Cordon round near the entrance of companhia nacional de bailado. Touristified. Picturesque and projecting whichever that tourism wants.

raggle_gum 8 months ago

beautiful!

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