Friday, March 11, 2016

LARGE CALIFORNIA IMPRESSIONIST LANDSCAPE by TOM BROWN

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This is an original oil painting on a 12x14-inch panel, ready to frame.
     This painting was created with genuine oil paints on a heavyweight cardboard panel. Painting on this surface offers some unique benefits compared to painting on canvas, and it is worth noting that many fine art paintings executed on cardboard have survived in museums for over 100 years.
     Famous artists including Picasso, Miro, Vuillard, Toulouse-Lautrec, Degas and others used cardboard to paint finished works. They often used it for its texture and background color.
     The cardboard was often allowed to show through the layers of paint and was incorporated into the elements of the finished painting as I have done here.
     I painted this with thick, rich strokes of juicy oil paints that lend a wonderful and interesting texture to the surface of this painting.
     This one will truly bring a breath of fresh air into any room of your home.
     Thanks for stopping to look, and I wish you a colorful and peaceful day.
     Questions? Email me: tombrownstudio@cox.net

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