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from Woodridge Studio

from Priscilla’s easel. . . .

from David’s easel. . . .

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An artist is simply a poet. Both the painter and the poet strive to reproduce the impressions which they have received from the beautiful things of Nature. If these impressions can be reproduced in words, it is the business of the poet to reproduce them. If they are subtle and elude the grasp of words, it is the business of the painter to reproduce them.

              George W. Sheldon, American writer in 1877

Cat. no. 1802  NFS 

Cat. no. 1801

      16 x 20   Cat. no. 1321

Landscape painting is essentially a romantic art, which frees itself from narrative and storytelling in order to concentrate on the poetic creation of atmosphere and mood.             

...so said Kenneth Clark in England

       Fall’s Embrace    12 x 16   Item # 0716   SOLD

 

       The  Garden Path   12 x 16  Item # 0416    SOLD

 
 

   

Unitled    12 x 16     Cat. no. 1703