Modern oil paintings

Here is a selection of modern oil paintings under consideration for a project we are working on in midtown.  Often artwork can be one of the most overlooked aspects of an interior design project simply because the installation occurs at the end and can be a time consuming process.  But often the right artwork can be the difference in really giving a space personality.  Paintings can also function to tie a color palette together, particularly if you are incorporating an unusual combination of  hues.  These artworks range in price from 14k – 41k per painting.

modern oil painting

modern oil painting

modern oil painting

modern oil painting

modern oil painting

 

By |2019-03-07T17:34:11-05:00February 18th, 2019|Artwork, Oil, Painting|

PETER BROOKE LUMINOUS HALFLIFE

peter brooke luminous halflifeFinding the right painting, photo, sculpture or fabric for an interior can be tricky. Whether it’s augmenting existing color palettes with matching paintings, or completely transforming an interior with vibrant colors, there are many factors to consider. One important element is trying to figure out if the artwork will have shelflife, is it something you will like for a long time or will you get tired of looking at it fairly quickly. For some of the projects I’ve worked on paintings with a more serene mood have been effective, particularly for city spaces where nature and tranquility depictions are especially important. This is a nice landscape painting by Boston based painter Peter Brooke, it has a nice, subtle and organic color palette where there are number of hues which can be matched up in an interior.

By |2010-11-15T14:29:25-05:00November 15th, 2010|Artwork, COLLECTION, Oil, Painting|

THE NOCTURNE IN BLACK & GOLD

Nocturne in Black & Gold
Art is an essential element in creating harmony and adding life to an interior. Choosing the right piece of art for a home can sometimes be challenging since it is such a personal. One of my favorite art paintings is The Nocturne in Black and Gold (The Falling Rocket) that was painted in 1875 by James Abbott McNeill Whistler. It was a controversial impressionistic painting at the time because many rejected and criticized it as not being art.  The main idea represented in this work combines genre and cityscape, whose content was essentially emotionalistic rather than realistic.

By |2010-10-29T15:43:09-04:00October 28th, 2010|Artwork, COLLECTION, Oil, Painting|