Michael Newberry had already painted three pieces that day on the island of Rhodes. Then the bright sunset light hit him. 

“I was kind of tired, and a bit jazzed by painting en plein air all day,” recalls Newberry. “The light is so bright in Greece, and I saw those intensely bright lights shimmering off the water. I thought, ‘Let’s go for it!’ I painted it very quickly, in about an hour.”



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