sábado, 19 de agosto de 2017

Tributo ao professor Vitorino : saudades de um grande mestre e artista!












O professor Carlos Julio Franco Vitorino faria hoje aniversário,se não tivesse ido pintar lá pelo céu em 2010...Por aqui foi mestre de vários pintores de porcelana consagrados e muitos amadores e iniciantes como eu,que tive a honra de conviver com ele por um breve tempo...AVE VITORINO!        A caixa com passarinhos foi pintada pelo professor Miguel Vitorino e os outros trabalhos são meus com minha professora Tania Vitorino,filhos do professor e herdeiros de sua arte...                                 Link com PINK SATURDAY(howsweetthesound.typepad.com)TUESDAY CUPPA TEA(www.antiquesandteacups.info.com)TEA IN THE GARDEN(blog.bernideens.com)SHARE YOUR CUP THURSDAY(jannolson.blogspot.com.br).Thanks Beverly,Ruth,Bernideen and Jann !

31 comentários:

  1. Very pretty! I don't even need to understand the post but do you have a translator button?

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    1. Sorry,if I have I don't know...This post is a tribute for my teacher of painting porcelain who died in 2010...The handpainted pieces are mine except the bird box which was painted by his son.My teacher is his daughter.I miss him...

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    2. I forgot to say that I am very glad you could stop by!

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  2. All your porcelain pieces are stunning! I specially love the one with the warmer under it.
    Thanks for dropping by.
    Fabby

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  3. He must have been a wonderful teacher because your work is just amazing as well, just lovely painting!! I love the warmer under the teapot, I love the bows painted on them also, and wow those flowers are just gorgeous to finish off the lovely table setting!

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    1. Hi Connie!He was a great artist!His paintings are wonderful...Thanks for your kind words,dear friend!

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  4. Absolutely beautiful!! Thanks so much for stopping by!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  5. So amazingly beautiful! These are true works of art! The roses are so lovely, too. Sending hugs xo Karen

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    1. I am glad you could stop by!Thanks for your kind comments!Xo Maristella.

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  6. What a unique teapot with it's own warmer sitting up so tall and proud! I love the colors and painting on it. Very lovely. Your whole presentation is a delight and your roses are amazing! Thanks for sharing and linking.

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    1. Hi Bernideen!Love your visit!Thank you for your kind words!Thanks for hosting!

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  7. What a pretty tea set! You don't see matching teapots and warmers too often these days.

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    1. Hi Margie!I am very glad you could stop by!Have a lovely week!

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  8. Maristella, what a beautiful tea set. The painting is exquisite. Thank you for your visit. I always appreciate them..Happy Tuesday..Judy

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    1. Thanks for your sweet comments...I am glad you could stop by!

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  9. Your painted pieces are beautiful and your teacher must have been awesome! Lovely porcelain!

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    1. Thank you for your kind comments,Pam!Have a lovely day!

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  10. Maristella, what talent! I have never tried porcelain painting. Love that teapot - if I had it, I would give it away, though, because I have a friend who it looks tailor-made for.

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    1. By chance,is this friend an artist and great cook?Has "she" blond hair?Lol!I hope so !Thanks for your kind words!I am always glad with your visit!

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  11. What a lovely teapot and matching warmer! How special that you have them! Your roses are beautiful! Thank you for sharing!

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    1. Thank you for visiting!I am glad you liked my paintings!Have a nice day!

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  12. Linda e perfeita porcelana e as rosas tambem!Bj e tudo de bom!

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  13. I absolutely love the teapot with the blue bow also the cup with the bow on it
    I have never seen one so pretty,of course I love blue bows and have a table cloth that would match perfect for a tea time
    just stopping by on my wonderful day off work

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    1. Thank you for your kind words!Thanks for stopping by!

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  14. I just love your gorgeous villeause! What a wonderfully talented painter you are...how nice to have a teacher to learn from. You must indeed miss him! Thanks so much for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
    Ruth

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  15. Thank you so much for your kind comments!I am very grateful for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!Hugs.Maristella.

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  16. Algún día te enseñaré las mías. Un beso.

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