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Party Like It's 1971 No.1 Painting

Louise Rieger

United Kingdom

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 39.4 W x 39.4 H x 1.5 D in

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'Party Like It's 1971' is painted using an old family Polaroid photo as reference. I choose this photo as it captures a fleeting moment and kept the colours true as I find these tones reminiscent of the time. The people featured are my mum and uncle but you can spot my Nan in the background. It was a 21st birthday party thrown at my Grandparents house and here we can see some living room dancing going on! This is one of a series of paintings featuring this party. It looks like it was a great night! The painting comes ready to hang in a black floating frame. The measurements including the frame are 41.5" square.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:39.4 W x 39.4 H x 1.5 D in

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Louise is an oil painter of people, places and people in places. After completing a BA in Illustration at KIAD, she had a successful career in television production. She has now returned to painting full time and works from her home studio in Kent, UK. Her subject matter is suburban, unposed and sometimes nostalgic. Louise’s landscapes are inspired by places local to where she lives, and explore locations which are often overlooked or ignored. Her paintings begin as pen and watercolour sketches, before taking reference photos and heading back to the studio for completion in oil. The figurative work and portraits range from people she knows, photos of strangers and more recently family Polaroids from the 70’s and 80’s. Louise’s style is representational but often uses muted or ‘ever so slightly’ too vivid colour palettes together with a ‘snapshot’ composition. By doing this she intends to elevate the ordinariness of the subject matter and evoke a shared feeling of familiarity.

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