Breezin' is a 20" x 48" oil painting on an aluminum composite panel. Nathalie Lapointe's painting portrays an open landscape viewed from afar in a style that blends realism and abstraction. The colour scheme is subtle, and shades of brown, ochre, and muted green dominate, with some patches of blue and white, indicating the presence of water and sky. The exclusive use of Japanese roller brayers adds a distinctive texture, providing a dynamic contrast and creating an impression of depth and movement across the canvas. The painting features elements such as fields, trees, and possibly distant buildings, but the abstract style allows for the viewer's interpretation. Nathalie also uses a spatula for subtle details in some areas of the painting.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 20" x 48"
Medium: Oil on Aluminum Composite Panel
Display: This painting is on a 1.75" deep profile aluminum composite panel, mounted on kilned dried wood with finished black edges. The listed price includes a 1/2" gallery black shadow box frame, ordered at purchase.
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