Whenever I come across a painting that attracts my attention, I love to try to replicate it in watercolour. ​ 
The 'Women of Algiers' by Picasso in oils sold for $179 million recently.
Can his version really be that much better than mine? ​ 
To be clear, NONE of these paintings are, or will ever be, for sale.
They are purely the result of a self-challenge to produce a copy of someone else's excellent work.

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8:10 to Victoria
Based on a painting by Jeanette Clarke.
http://www.jeanetteclarke-art.co.uk

Mobirise
Mobirise

Title unknown by Sue Howells

Based on one of Sue's distinctive paintings

https://suehowells.com/

Women of Algiers 
Watercolour version of The Women of Algiers, 1955 by Pablo Picasso.
Sold in 2015 for $179m in New York.

Mobirise
Mobirise

Title unknown by Sue Howells

Based on one of Sue's distinctive paintings

https://suehowells.com/

African Lake
Watercolour version of on an oil painting by George Deakin about 50 years ago.

This is George's son David's 
http://www.daviddeakins.co.uk/

Mobirise
Mobirise

Sailing Boats 

After L S Lowry

This is an unusual subject for Lowry.

Rebecca Lardner
Having bought one of Rebecca's paintings, I produced this one to hang on a nearby pillar.

Rebecca Lardner
After Zarina Stewart-Clark

Headland at Mull

One of Zarina Stewart-Clark's paintings

After John Lovett

This was the first of John Lovett's paintings that  I enjoyed tackling.

After John Lovett

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