Les Berges de l'aurore is a 18" x 60" oil painting on aluminum composite panel by Nathalie Lapointe. A panoramic coastal landscape, the dominant colour, deep, moody blue, suggests the onset of the first light of morning. The blue is contrasted with lighter areas, representing the reflections of a low sun on the water's surface or the soft glow of a twilight sky. The lower part of the painting is more abstract, with dark, earthy tones and hints of vegetation. The gestures used in the painting are expressive and dynamic, creating a sense of movement in the water and the sky, which brings a certain vitality to the work.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 18" x 60"
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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