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    The Duck Sheperd

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    Acrylic on box canvas. The painting is based on a duck shepherd I once saw in Bali. The wrecked house was real - damaged in a 1953 earthquake in Kefalonia, Greece. I put the two together and painted a scene that is to my mind losely Balkan in nature - Albania, perhaps, or even Romania... I was really pleased with the mischievous look on the old shepherd's face - and enjoyed the fun of suggesting a young couple embracing in the doorway.

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    Name of Artist: Sam Hall
    Country: United Kingdom
    Width (inches): 32
    Height (inches): 26
    Media: Acrylic
    Painting Style: Representational: Figurative / Other


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