Robert Cantor
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I've occasionally experimented with watercolors for a change of pace. I find the process more relaxing than when painting in oils. Compared to my oil painting, I've had to become more daring with my use of color but at the same time learn restraint in the application of paint. Both were necessary to be able to best take advantage of the wonderful luminosity which watercolors make possible.

Rose No. 1

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Rose No. 1 Rose No. 6 Three Roses Rose No. 8
Turks Cap Lily Wood Duck Rose No. 4 Rose No. 9
Tall Bearded Iris ('Monet's Blue') Rose No. 14 ('Graham Thomas') Pied-billed Grebe ZooLights Chameleon
Blue-and-gold Macaw Fetch Carolina Wren Perspicacity
Beautiful Vision Red Shouldered Hawk Azalea Orange Frog
White-breasted Nuthatch Wanda Goslings In the Garden
Moonlight Serenade Rose No. 15 ('Cicely Phippen Marks') Tall Bearded Iris ('Monet's Blue') Barn Swallow
Great Blue Heron Marigolds and Frog Rose No. 12 ('Rainbow Sorbet') Pileated Woodpecker
Red-winged Blackbird Ragtime Band Costas Hummingbird Barred Owl
Black-eyed Susans Broad-billed Hummingbird Spirit Rose No. 5
Northern Mockingbird

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