Today I'm showing you my painting of Don Quixote, the third in the series of humouristic depictions of the famous knight. You probably remember the two paintings I posted in May: "Don Quixote and Sancho Panza" (here) and "Sancho Panza and His Donkey" (here).
This one is titled "Charge, Rocinante!". It follows the previous ones in the style of bright colours and simplified design.
Here you can see the pink cheerful clouds, the happy smile of our knight who wants to prove his strength and ferocity by battling with (imaginary) giants and armies, the wind in his faithful steed's hair and the lance directed boldly in the direction of the enemy.
"Charge, Rocinante!", 30x40cm, oil on board