Grand Street: Painter

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    ZeCHAOS, isa13, lannadelarosa, and 29 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. doc18 108 months ago | reply

      I presume what he is painting is on the right of this photo? :-P

    2. isa13 108 months ago | reply

      :) like doc18 I was wondering where he sees what he is painting ? In his dreams maybe ;) ? I love it.

    3. LuisDS 108 months ago | reply

      Another awesome social shot.

    4. moriza 108 months ago | reply

      Doc, Isa and Luis...

      He is painting a building accross to the right... old bank.

      Thank you all :)

    5. Mr. Mark 108 months ago | reply

      oooh, I like this! a glimpse into what the artist sees...

    6. aesthete_one [deleted] 101 months ago | reply

      There's nothing like a portable easel. Wish I had one! Damn!!

    7. bradipo 88 months ago | reply

      I wanted to thank you for making your picture available under a creative commons license, and let you know that I used it here:

      www.wisebread.com/what-would-da-vinci-have-paid

    8. Seek ZP 86 months ago | reply

      pintor. esta bacano

    9. timegoto 85 months ago | reply

      hi, i used one of your picture on my blog... please have a look and if you don't like it
      i'll remove it...

    10. moriza 85 months ago | reply

      timegoto Thats cool! Thanks for letting me know. :)

    11. timegoto 84 months ago | reply

      nice... keep up the good work... we stay in touch.. all the best

    12. lucymac 65 months ago | reply

      Thank you so much for sharing this photo! It will soon be posted, with credit and a link at our new site, at Positive Attitude Quotes

    13. RumpledElf 44 months ago | reply

      Hi, I used this photo here: photographicdictionary.com/a/artist

      Thanks for sharing with a CC license!

    14. eminemjoo 3 months ago | reply

      this is so great!
      Can I use it for my advertising contest work?

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