London Glory is a 48" x 48" acrylic painting by Irene Gendelman created on canvas. Gendelman's artwork presents an iconic view of the city, complete with its signature red double-decker buses and the elegant architecture that characterizes the city's skyline. The full scene showcases a busy street scene, with pedestrians in colourful attire that draws the eye and adds a sense of liveliness to the composition. In the background, the grand architecture of London's buildings stands tall, rendered in a palette that blends historical grandeur with a touch of modern vibrancy. A close-up of the painting reveals the artist's skillful application of thick, textured layers of paint, which create a sense of depth and movement. The medium is sculpturally applied to the canvas, giving life and form to the bustling city elements.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 48" x 48"
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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