Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Father Phoon

Father Phoon by David R. Darrow 5" x 7" (12.7cm x 17.78cm)
Oil on Panel SOLD Collection of Doris Darrow
Sunnyvale, CA – USA

About This Painting

This is my brother John, creator of the crazy website Phoons.com.

He posed for this picture while succumbing to a bad fever and flu-bug, hence the fuzzy, warm hat. He looked so uncharacteristically tired and worn that I just knew it would make a great painting.

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Let us know what these paintings sold for!

David R. Darrow said...

Cash! What else? ;-)

Feel free to check the eBay listings to see what the final bid was. They remain up for 90 days.

tonypetersart said...

Hey David, nice painting. I like your palette, I can see what you gleaned from Richard Schmid. Your use of gray is very nice, it emphasizes the color on his face. And you show real control while maintaining a spontaneous brushstroke, well done!

Robin Kibby said...

David, Really enjoyed your video as well as the idea behind your everyday project. Hope to see more of these.

arvindh said...

Fantastic painting!

gudbrandsdottir said...

Great painting, very reallistic! The eyes did expecially captured my look, great work!

Romeo Tanghal Sr. said...

I'm a watercolorist but now trying to learn to use oil. I really love your paintings. wish I could be as good as you. I have no problem with drawing or coloring but oil medium is. Please visit my site: romeotanghalsr.com and look at my drawings. Can I do it in oil?