Misty Morning, Colorado St. Bridge, by Arthur Egeli (1965- ). Oil on Canvas

Arthur Egeli (United States, 20th Century)

Misty Morning, Colorado St. Bridge, by Arthur Egeli (1965-   ).  Oil on Canvas
17 East 80 St - #5
New York, NY, 10075
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Misty Morning, Colorado St. Bridge, by Arthur Egeli (1965- ). Oil on Canvas

List Price $4,800

This Impressionistic depiction of an existing structure dematerializes under the radiant light and brilliant palette used in the composition. The diagonal of the bridge is reminiscent of the XIXth century Japanese prints, which emphasize emotional content through dramatic angles of representation. The structure appears to float on the surface of the canvas, exuding the warmth and clarity of a California sunset. Signed lower left. Framed in modern gold gilt frame.

FRAMED: HEIGHT: 17½ in | WIDTH: 21 in
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 12 in | WIDTH: 16 in

Origin United States
Category Oils
Period 20th Century
Style Unspecified

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"Egeli comes from three generations of artists who originally arrived in the US from Norway. He received a Creative Arts Scholarship at the University of Maryland, and studied color with a teacher steeped in Impressionism. His grandfather provided Egeli with a more rigid, classical training, enabling him to develop his own style by combining light and form in order to create images that reveal more than the objects they depict. He moved to California, which has a rich tradition of plein air painting, where he has won numerous prestigious awards.
His work is in the corporate collection of McGraw-Hill in New York."