Friday, February 19, 2010

LARGE IMPRESSIONIST LANDSCAPE by TOM BROWN


“FOGGY MORNING”
12x16 inch Impressionist
Original Oil Painting by Tom Brown


The air is sweet and the landscape seems unusually quiet in a heavy fog. The overall effect is a sense of great peacefulness. I’ve painted on locations under these conditions a number of times, creating valuable plein air studies that capture the essence of the moment.

This piece was done in the studio from previous plein air studies. In this painting I was particularly interested in capturing the atmospheric perspective that was accentuated by the foggy conditions. The effect is almost as if a gauzy veil is drawn over each successive plane in the landscape, making each distant plane more pale and indistinct.

I hope I’ve captured that feeling in this piece. If you would like this painting for your home email me at: tombrownstudio@cox.net

Thanks for looking. Have a stunning day!

1 Comments:

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