New Paintings by Irene Gendelman!

20 July, 2021 1 min read

New Paintings by Irene Gendelman!

New paintings have arrived by Irene Gendelman! Irene's paintings explore her favourite cities across Europe and North America. Expressed in scenes full of splendour, romance, colour and personality, the vitality and vibrancy of her paintings are admired by collectors around the globe. 

In her cityscapes, Gendelman uses the shadows and skylines and the movement and texture of the paint to create paintings full of passion and life. Opting for subdued colours and fine lines, the texture in her paintings can add to the painting to create works of art that seem solid yet light, creating a sense of ethereal realism.

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