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Pont Louis-Philippe, Paris Painting

Dai Wynn

Australia

Painting, Oil on Linen

Size: 16.1 W x 12.2 H x 0.4 D in

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An early evening view of le pont Louis-Phillipe on the Bras Marie of the River Seine in Paris. Le Bras Marie (Marie Arm) is the right bank arm of the Seine alongside the Ile Saint Louis. To the left of this image is the Ile de la Cité with its famous Notre Dame Cathédrale, currently cloaked in a huge exoskeleton of scaffolding. The work site is surrounded by a continuous hoarding which explains in photographs, drawings and detailed text the absolutely huge rebuilding efforts to restore this 800 year old iconic church after the disastrous fire of 15 April 2019. Oil painting by Dai Wynn on linen on board. 30.5cm high by 40.6cm wide by 0.5cm deep.

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Painting:Oil on Linen

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:16.1 W x 12.2 H x 0.4 D in

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Born in and lives in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. He depicts European, North American, New Zealand and Australian landscapes and seascapes in oils, watercolours and black ink sketches. He also paints portraits on commission. Dai is passionate about quality rather than quantity when it comes to producing fine art works. He believes in careful draftsmanship as the basis for his artworks. Artistic merit is the product of inspiration, dedication and time. In his 1897 book What is Art?, Leo Tolstoy said 'Art is not a handicraft, it is the transmission of feeling the artist has experienced.' Dai couldn't agree more. Painting "en plein air" while briefly visiting a busy European tourist hotspot is impractical, so Dai happily relives the feelings experienced while he creates an artwork in his studio in Australia, guided by reference photographs he took while abroad. This is a virtual immersion in a carefully selected original experience, over an extended time, in comfort and without the distraction of crowds, weather, etcetera. And the bonus is being able to leisurely appreciate the scene in far more detail than during the original visit. It is to be hoped that Dai can successfully transmit these feelings to his viewers. Dai's artworks are in private collections in Australia, USA, Canada, China, England, France, Portugal and Spain. www.daiwynn.art www.daiorama.com.au

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