That which is Taken for Granted Becomes Invisible Painting by Helen Shulman

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That which is Taken for Granted Becomes Invisible

Helen Shulman

United States

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Size: 97 W x 48.5 H x 2.5 D in

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Painting: Oil on Canvas.

Like many of my abstract landscapes the underpainting was inspired by Martin Johnson Heade's "Thunder Storm on Narraganset Bay" As I developed the image it began to draw on wider associations from Iguazu Falls which I viewer on a trip to Argentina to the great national parks in the U.S. as well as the ways in which the painters of the Hudson River School expressed majestic landscapes.
This is a six panel painting, each panel is 24" x 32" There is approximately 1/2 in between each panel. The image extends around the edges of each panel. No framing is necessary.


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