Oaks in Red
OIL ON CANVAS by erin hanson
72 x 48 in
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This painting was included in the exhibition Open Impressionism: The Works of Erin Hanson, a 10-year retrospective and study of the development of Open Impressionism.
About the painting:
This is a scene that Hanson painted over and over again until she got it right in this painting. She wanted to capture the distinct contrast of the trees' dark red bark against the faded hills in the background, while bringing to life the movement of the long grasses.
This painting was created on 1-1/2" canvas, with the painting continued around the edges. It has been framed in a gold floater frame.
ERIN HANSON is a life-long painter, beginning her study of oils as a young child. Her passion for natural beauty is seen in her work as she transforms vistas familiar and rare into stunning interpretations of bold color, playful rhythms and raw emotional impact. Her frequent forays into National Parks and other recesses of nature include backpacking expeditions, rock climbing, and photo safaris. Hanson's unique painting style has become known as Open Impressionism, with hundreds of collectors eagerly anticipating her work. As an iconic, driving force in the rebirth of contemporary impressionism, Hanson is quickly recognized as a prolific, modern master.