Buying Impressionist Cityscapes painting
I’ve decided to commission three acrylic paintings of impressionist cityscapes. I’m going to purchase one called Stormy Desert, which was painted by JoanAnn. Flowering cactus plants are in the foreground of this painting, which is painted on a 40″ X 30″ canvas.
Tuscan Waterfall is the second impressionist cityscape paintings I intend to purchase. The triptych is made up of three gallery wrapped canvases. The artist resides in Tennessee and makes a living from her work.
Autumn Dream is the last acrylic impressionist cityscape that I want to purchase. Autumn is my favorite season, and the painting depicts all of the colors of the season. It does not need to be framed because the artist painted the sides. I can’t wait to hang this in my house.
In the Gouache medium, I’ve only discovered two impressionist cityscapes that I enjoy. The first was created by an artist named Joe Wojdakowski, and it depicted a location in Wells, Maine. I’m not sure why I’m drawn to this impressionist cityscape, but I am, and I want to purchase it.
Big Ben in London is the subject of the other Gouache impressionist cityscape that I intend to purchase. Alasdair Rennie, an Englishman, is the artist. It’s a rainy scene, and I like it a lot. It brings back memories of my childhood in London.
Koi Pond Reflections was the title of the first oil impressionist cityscape picture I purchased. I’ve previously encountered this artist’s work and have always admired it. Brush and knife were used to finish the artwork. The painting has not yet come since the paint is very thick and must be allowed to cure completely. I can’t wait to get my hands on it!
I enjoy owning a collection of impressionist cityscape paintings in diverse styles. I enjoy a wide range of mediums, but I also enjoy a wide range of styles and inspirations. En Sendero, an oil impressionist cityscape painting that I bought in Oaxaca, Mexico, has a special place in my heart. I paid little over three thousand dollars for the picture.
Radik Atoyan, a well-known painter, created the oil impressionist cityscape painting of Paris that I want. He is Armenian, and the painting was signed in Armenian. He has a distinct way of working with color that makes his paintings stand out.
Watercolor impressionist cityscape paintings have also piqued my curiosity. I think an original artwork depicting a rainy night in the city would be ideal for me. Looking into the painting makes me feel good.
Not long ago, I made a purchase of a painting by Yosef Kosssonogi, an Israeli artist. Color is used so vividly in this watercolor impressionist cityscape. I couldn’t wait to get it home and place it on my wall. My brother came over with a level as soon as the container containing the painting arrived.
I came upon a painting that brought back memories of a trip I went to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Adam Maeroff created this impressionist cityscape painting, which I believe is the ideal addition to my collection.
Disclaimer: Content was written as per the view of the writer.