Hughie O’Donoghue

By Harriet Hunter

This painting is a bold colours painting with red and black, blue and cream. The marks represent a person. An adventurous painting looking like a explorer swinging from branch to branch in a sunset. I like this painting because its fearful and cool with the moves. I don’t like this painting because its got red in. I disagree with it existing in the painting. I don’t like the painting at all mostly at all.

Hughie O’Donoghue

By Neve Wilson

I like this painting because I like that it is red, black and cream white. i don’t like the colour black because it is very dark. I don’t like this painting because I don’t like the blue.

The Four Friends by George Romney

By Reece Irving

This painting was made in 1796 by George Romeny. It is called The Four Friends. He makes his drawings dark not light. There is also a statue in the this picture next to a man drawing or writing in his notebook. I liked it because all of the people were looking different ways. George Romeny was born in 1734 in England, he lived down the road from Abbot Hall Art Gallery. His painting of the four friends made me feel like I’m sitting in a boat reading. This painting is over 200 years old! George Romney died in 1802, he was 68 when he died.

The Four Friends by George Romney

By Charlie Grewar

I like the painting because it is colourful and I like the people because they are decorated in the picture. I also like the frame because of the colour and I like the pictures because of the decorations they put on. And all these pictures are made by George Romeny and he was a good artist. George was born in 1734 he died in 1802.

The Four Friends by George Romney

By Aaron Stephens

I liked this picture because I think they were discussing something. This painting was painted in 1796 by George Romeny and he only lived down the road. George Romney was born in England in 1734. In the painting there were a diary and a statue.