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Erika Lee Sears
Blue Eucalyptus
SOLD
11" x 14"
Emilie Lee
Bowl of Oranges
SOLD
11" x 14"
SOLD
18" x 14"
$3,200
10" x 14"
Dale Zinkowski
Castelvetrano Olives
$1,800
10" x 14"
$2,300
28" x 20"
Christopher Dunlap
Crescent City
$1,600
14" x 11"
Bryan Mark Taylor
Sunset Haybarn
$1,500
11" x 14"
$800
12" x 9"
Dana James
Blue Veil (Your Eyes Fill...
$12,000
68" x 54"
$850
9" x 12"
Jon Legere
Calypso
$4,000
36" x 50"
Lynn Boggess
28 March 2020
$13,500
46" x 40"
Caroline Nelson
Blackberry and Lemon Colo...
$750
8" x 12"
Amanda Scuglia
Attempting to Memorize Th...
SOLD
12" x 12"
Ya Chin Chang
Vader ​/​ Anakin: Pathos ​/​ ...
SOLD
16" x 18"
Travis Schlaht
To the Fountain at Luxemb...
SOLD
16" x 12"
Caroline Nelson
Early Peaches
SOLD
18" x 14"
Jill Basham
Before the Storm​,​ Ephraim...
$1,600
12" x 16"
Whitney Knapp Bowditch
Blue Ridge Atmosphere
SOLD
5" x 7"
$2,150
24" x 20"
Dale Zinkowski
Cherries in North Light
SOLD
12" x 20"
Jessica Fields
Hot Peaches
SOLD
10" x 8"
Sarah Margaret Gibson
'Portrait of Azure Honeyc...
SOLD
7" x 5"
Erin Spencer
Evening Solitude
$450
8" x 8"
Robert Szot
Artists And Models Abroad
$30,000
80" x 56"
$300
7" x 5"
James Austin Murray
Hydrogen Sonata
$15,500
48" x 48"
SOLD
2" x 2"
SOLD
10" x 14"
Alonsa Guevara
Fruit Portrait #57 (Loqua...
$900
5" x 5"
Dale Zinkowski
Quiet Conversation
$4,000
20" x 16"
Dale Zinkowski
Rachel's Confit Pot
$4,500
24" x 30"
Audrey Rodriguez
Rogelio in Borough Park S...
On Hold
10" x 8"
Shae Warnick
Gray-crowned Rosy Finches
SOLD
14" x 11"
Ya Chin Chang
Jump Rope
SOLD
10" x 12"
Gary Holding
Through the Dunes
$2,850
12" x 26"
$2,800
9" x 12"
Alonsa Guevara
Fruit Portrait #25 (Plum​/​...
$1,400
8" x 8"
Nicholas O'Leary
Early Spring
$1,300
20" x 12"
Robert Szot
Untitled 22
$25,000
72" x 60"
SOLD
12" x 12"
Robert Szot
Flores Con Crema
$35,000
70" x 80"
SOLD
20" x 16"
Ya Chin Chang
The Last Shot
SOLD
20" x 17"
Nicholas O'Leary
Great Oak​,​ Night
$1,950
24" x 20"
Alonsa Guevara
Blood Orange
SOLD
2" x 2"
Emily Persson
Tremble Like A Flower
SOLD
9" x 9"
Bryan Mark Taylor
Candy Apples
$1,000
12" x 12"
Lucas Bononi
A Colorful Arrangement
SOLD
12" x 12"
Eileen Murphy
Downward Spiral
SOLD
40" x 50"
Hannah Yata
Coquette
SOLD
6" x 6"
Lucas Bononi
Dried Roses
$13,000
36" x 24"
Katie Whipple
Bougainvillea
SOLD
24" x 18"
Matthew Rucker
Delphinium
SOLD
24" x 30"
Emily Persson
On The Other Side
SOLD
15" x 15"
Ken Goshen
Two Gray Ovals
$400
4" x 4"
Sue Barrasi
Lousiana Summers
$525
5" x 7"
Dina Brodsky
Hot Springs
SOLD
2" x 2"
Travis Schlaht
In the 7th
$3,500
13" x 9"
Valeri Larko
Old Pier​,​ East 132nd St​,​ ...
$6,500
16" x 26"
Hillary Scott
Morning Radiance
$7,000
24" x 36"
SOLD
2" x 2"
SOLD
9" x 12"
Lucas Bononi
Blue Flower
$4,750
20" x 16"
Gary Holding
A Path through the Dunes
$2,200
14" x 10"
Valeri Larko
Secor Ave Train Trestle​,​ ...
$12,500
30" x 24"
Valeri Larko
Abandoned Bronx Golf Cent...
$18,000
15" x 58"
Valeri Larko
Old Pier​,​ East 132nd St​,​ ...
$18,000
26" x 50"
SOLD
10" x 14"
Nick Gebhart
When Life Gives You Lemon...
SOLD
6" x 6"
Katie Whipple
Blue Daffodil
SOLD
6" x 6"
Edward Minoff
Inside Froth
$2,000
7" x 10"
Alonsa Guevara
Watermelon
SOLD
2" x 2"
Rohini Sen
'Oh hi little buddy'
SOLD
7" x 5"
Michael J Austin
The Rooster
$7,000
30" x 26"
Marcelo Daldoce
Segmentos 09
$12,000
60" x 72"
Ken Goshen
Balance
SOLD
3" x 4"
Gary Holding
Sea View from Penisarlon ...
$1,400
8" x 14"
$4,400
12" x 16"
Timothy Wilson
Hamilton Brook
On Hold
12" x 24"
Alex Merritt
Silent Morning
$15,000
78" x 96"
SOLD
10" x 8"
Gary Holding
Oat Fields in Late Summer
$1,300
8" x 14"
Valeri Larko
Late Summer​,​ Bronx Golf C...
$14,000
22" x 34"
Emily Persson
Strange Fascination
SOLD
15" x 15"
Dina Brodsky
Emerald Necklace
SOLD
3" x 5"
Edward Minoff
Overcast​,​ Heavy Winds
$2,500
8" x 10"
Valeri Larko
Train Trestle​,​ East 133rd...
$20,000
32" x 52"
Alonsa Guevara
Pomegranate
SOLD
2" x 2"
Edward Minoff
Wave study No.6
$2,000
7" x 10"
Valeri Larko
You Done!
SOLD
12" x 12"
James Razko
Between the Cracks
SOLD
10" x 8"
Justin Wood
Cantaloupe and Prosciutto
SOLD
20" x 30"
SOLD
12" x 9"
Nick Gebhart
When Life Gives You Lemon...
SOLD
6" x 6"
Erika Lee Sears
Cantaloupe and Fruits
SOLD
10" x 10"
Timothy Wilson
Frazier's Farm
SOLD
4" x 8"
Lynn Boggess
22 January 2020
$13,500
46" x 40"
David Fenoglio
Skeletons are Scary
$1,800
16" x 30"
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About Oil paintings

Styles of Oil Painting There are various oil painting styles and techniques, but almost all start with the artist creating a pencil or charcoal sketch of the subject matter. This is then followed by applying oil paint and a drying oil to the canvas. Famous styles include: Chiaroscuro, where the enormous contrast between light and dark sections of the painting creates drama. Chiaroscuro was a favored style in the Old Masters’ oil paintings; Scumbling, where a stiff brush is used to apply thin layers of paint, leaving some of the original sketch exposed and creating excellent texture; Impasto oil painting, where thick brush strokes make areas of the canvas prominent, and the mark of the brush itself remains clear. Impasto is often used in abstract oil painting. Subjects in Oil Painting As one of the oldest and most famous forms of painting, oil paintings have covered a vast range of subject matter in the past. Oil painting is often used for portraits, dramatic crowd scenes, and powerful landscapes. The rich colors, thick textures, and high contrast of the form make it an exceptional way to convey emotional, impactful scenes. The central aspect of oil painting that has affected its subject matter is the need to mix the paint immediately before painting. This largely constrained the art form to the studio until the 19th century and the invention of the metal paint tube. This meant painters could mix colors rapidly and simply, allowing them to venture further afield to paint landscapes, still lifes, flowers, mountains, and seascapes. Materials Used in Oil Painting Oil painting on canvas consists of pigments suspended in a drying oil, which binds the paint together. Each oil has a slightly different effect on the paint’s overall look and style, and linseed oil, poppy seed oil, and walnut oil are all commonplace. Oil paints also often include a resin which acts as a varnish and transmits the classic deep shine and gloss of oil painting on canvas. While the first original oil paintings were found on stone walls, wood panels were the most popular medium until the 16th century. Renaissance artists moved to canvas in the 16th and 17th centuries, and abstract and modern oil paintings can be found on everything from ivory to copper to glass. Famous Artists of Oil Paintings Oil painting is an ancient art, with the original oil paintings dating back to the 7th century AD, created by Buddhist artists in Afghanistan. The style took off in Western Art during the Renaissance when oil painting on canvas almost completely replaced tempera paints. Almost every major Western artist has used oil painting in some form. Jan van Eyck was one of the first leading proponents of the method in Bruges in the 15th century and defined the Early Netherlandish style with his oil paintings.. Da Vinci, Giorgione, Tintoretto, and Titian created many famous oil paintings in Italy during the Renaissance. Rachel Ruysch was a well known oil painter of flowers in the Netherlands during the 18th century. In the 19th century, the invention of the metal paint tube revolutionized the form, and artists like Renoir, Van Gogh, Monet, and Picasso all made oil painting their own.