Autumn Dining is a 30" x 40" acrylic painting by Irene Gendelman. The painting on canvas invites you to experience the cozy outdoor dining ambiance during the fall season. The bustling street scene is adorned with warm, inviting lights illuminating the diners enjoying the crisp autumn air. The thick, textured paint strokes create a sense of depth and vitality to the scene while well-defined figures move through the streets or engage in conversation at the cafe. The rich autumnal colours of the trees blend seamlessly into the architecture, creating a beautiful canopy of golds, oranges, and reds that contrasts perfectly with the cool, shadowed tones. The soft luminescence of the cafe lights reflects on the glossy pavement, casting a welcoming glow and creating an inviting atmosphere.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 30" x 40"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
The painting features finished black edges. It may be hung framed or unframed; however, the value does not include a frame.
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