Positano Vista Amalfi Coast Italy

Richard Harpum


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Positano Vista Amalfi Coast Italy Painting


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Nagpur, Ma - India

Congratulation on sale announcement and great.

Richard Harpum replied:

Thank you Nandika!

Bear, DE - United States

Congrats on your sale

Richard Harpum replied:

Thanks, Melissa. Much appreciated.

Guana Bay, St - Netherlands Antilles

Beautiful work! L/f

Richard Harpum replied:

Thanks, Margaret. Much appreciated.

Woodstock, GA - United States

Congratulations, well done

Richard Harpum replied:

Thanks, Elijah, I like your portfolio - some great images.

Hollywood, FL - United States

Congratulations on your sale!

Richard Harpum replied:

Thanks, Dean, I enjoyed looking through your portfolio. Like me, it seems that you enjoy travel.

Vail, AZ - United States

Richard, Your ability to render the minutest detail and realism is incredible, perhaps unsurpassed! Most impressive work here! F/L Jerry

Richard Harpum replied:

Thanks again, Jerry. I am a bit of a detail freak!

Mullica Hill, NJ - United States

Beautiful spot

Richard Harpum replied:

Thanks, Iris, I'm looking forward to going back. I love your gallery. Very creative!

Doncaster, So - United Kingdom

A few years ago I took my wife to Naples for her birthday and whilst there, we hired a car and toured all the local sights, including Positano on the beautiful Amalfi coast. As usual, I took numerous photographs, stopping whenever possible on the treacherous coast road. However, being pre-digital, some of my photographs were somewhat grainy, so I was delighted when an acquaintance of mine, Chris Coates, offered to send me some of the high-resolution digital images of Positano he had taken when visiting recently. This view is based on one of his photographs, although I have added a typical Italian balcony covered with bougainvilleas. In the foreground is the church of Santa Maria Assunta, which features a dome made of majolica tiles as well as a thirteenth-century Byzantine icon of a black Madonna. In medieval times, Positano was a port of the Amalfi Republic and prospered during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. By the mid-nineteenth century, however, the town had fallen on hard times and was a relatively poor fishing village until it started attracting large numbers of tourists in the 1950s. Nowadays, it is a sophisticated, picturesque resort with numerous hotels and luxury villas worth millions of Euros cascading down the steep slopes towards the grand beach with its neat rows of deck chairs.

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