Lueurs Hivernales is a 24" x 24" oil painting on an aluminum composite panel by Nathalie Lapointe. This artwork portrays the peaceful winter atmosphere using a colour palette dominated by cool blues, soft lavenders, and muted whites. It creates an impression of a snowy landscape at dusk. The technique used for this piece involves layered brushstrokes with a Japanese roller brayer to blend the oils smoothly across the surface. In addition, deliberate, textural accents are added with a roller to give the piece a sense of depth. The application creates a tactile interplay of light, where the reflective qualities of the aluminum enhance the subtle glow of distant lights within the wintery scene.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 24" x 24"
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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