I still had not located any paint thinner when I did this little study the next morning after finishing "San Gimagnano, Afternoon".
I could see the silhouetted towers up the hill from where I was, with the awakening sky behind it.
Pushing the thick paint around on my little panel without any solvent worked because I kept the big shapes and the silhouetted contrast my main focus.
"San Gimagnano, Morning"
Original unframed oil, approx. 5"x7"
©2013 Diana Moses Botkin