Light at play with revolutions of the mill, dancing on rooftops and flowing canals-nature's kaleidoscope!
The Windmill on the Onbekende Gracht, Amsterdam, 1874
Size: 21 1/4” × 25 1/2”
The colors, textures, forms and lines masterfully reflect the sense of motion in the painting.
House-bound Mademoiselle Boissière, roses still in her cheeks, journeys between East and West, past and present, as she knits petal-soft garments for the next generation.
Mademoiselle Boissière Knitting, 1877
Size: 25 5/8” × 31 1/2”
Well chosen and harmonious colors create a charming interpretation. The hydrangea is out of scale with the other components.
The engulfing storm shadows the rhythm of the landscape.
The Flood on the Road to Saint-Germain, 1876
Size: 18” × 24 1/8”
The placement of branches and protea converge to create a subtle and sophisticated focal point. The ribbon on the right competes with the strong line of the branch.
Wind and Sea…
Subject to Mother Nature’s whims
We harvest her bounty.
The Toilers of the Sea, 1873
Size: 25” × 31 1/2”
The strong line made of well chosen textural plant material illustrate the rough sea. Heaviness of the black vase and the top of the pedestal dominate.