January is a 31" x 58" oil painting on canvas by John Ogilvy that presents a nocturnal urban winter scene—a winter counterpart to July, reflecting Edmonton's cityscape in the serene embrace of snow. The painting is a rich tapestry of blues, from cerulean to navy, depicting a snow-blanketed cityscape under a deep twilight sky. Glistening golden and amber lights punctuate the scene, suggesting windows and streetlights alive with evening activity. The prominent Walterdale arched bridge is bathed in rusty red tones of the setting sun. It spans a tranquil, icy river leading to the warmly lit buildings. Textured brushwork gives a tactile sense of the crisp snow and the smooth, chilly surfaces of water and architecture.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 31" x 58"
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Display: This painting is on a 1.5" deep profile canvas with finished edges and intended to be unframed.
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