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PBS (ended 1994)

Pictures of every painting

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    derek718

    [1]Mar 22, 2007
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    With the exception of Season 1, here is every single painting from The Joy of Painting with Bob Ross.

    Season 2
     

    Season 3
     

    Season 4
     

    Season 5
     

    Season 6
     

    Season 7
     

    Season 8
     

    Season 9
     

    Season 10
     

    Season 11
     

    Season 12
     

    Season 13
     

    Season 14
     

    Season 15
     

    Season 16
     

    Season 17
     

    Season 18
     

    Season 19
     

    Season 20
     

    Season 21
     

    Season 22
     

    Season 23
     

    Season 24
     

    Season 25
     

    Season 26
     

    Season 27
     

    Season 28
     

    Season 29
     

    Season 30
     

    Season 31

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    RealityFan2686

    [3]Aug 10, 2008
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    I was amazed the he was able to do it for so many years. I miss this show.

    ~~Tina~~

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    Parsec54

    [4]Sep 29, 2008
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    I knew the man was extremely talented, but I think this is the first time i've ever seen all his paintings gathered into one spot before. The display is incredible, and the talent it represents truly fantastic. A lot of people make fun of Mr. Ross and ridicule him for his apparently easygoing nature, but I thought that was one of the best things about him. He was so relaxing to watch (at least when I wasn't getting really jealous over not being able to do any of these paintings myself). I know he used to say anyone could do them, but one prerequisite he never mentioned was the need for a mind's eye that could see all these wonderful places to begin with, and unfortunately that was something I woefully lacked, so while I could watch and appreciate the talent involved, it was a very frustrating show to watch. I was awed that he could do such beautiful work though with a brush others would use to paint their house, or make a mountain in seconds using nothing but a knife. It was a shame the man had to die before TV Guide gave him the credit he was due and appreciated the extremely talented artist he was.
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    newmy51

    [5]Jan 7, 2011
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    a great collection, and the first I too have seen them all in one place. high-res shots of each one would be spectacular, but this will do just fine for now.


    how did you get these anyway?

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    peterpurdy16

    [6]Oct 20, 2014
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    i dont know how to run or see a movie??

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