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Water Lilies impressionism oil painting after Monet, original oil painting for art collectors of modern impressionist Erin Hanson.
Left panel of Lilies in Triptych, original impressionism oil painting by American impressionist Erin Hanson.
Center panel of Lilies in Triptych, original impressionism oil painting by American impressionist Erin Hanson.
Right panel of Lilies in Triptych, original impressionism oil painting by American impressionist Erin Hanson.

Lilies in Triptych

2021

OIL ON CANVAS by

50 x 120 in

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About the Painting

This large, expansive oil painting captures a beautiful water lily pond near San Diego's Museum of Art in Balboa Park. The impressionist painting captures the ever-changing hues of colors that ripple across the water beneath the floating water lilies and their graceful blooms.

"Lilies in Triptych" was created on three separate canvases, 1-1/2" deep. The painting is continued around the edges of the painting so that you see additional dimensions to the painting when viewed from the side. This piece was designed to hang without framing, with each panel hanging 1 1/2 inches apart, with a total width (including gaps) of 123 inches.


 

ERIN HANSON has been painting in oils since she was 8 years old. As a young artist, she worked at a mural studio creating 40-foot-tall paintings on canvas, while selling art commissions on the side. After getting a degree in Bioengineering from UC Berkeley, Erin became a rock climber at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada. Inspired by the colorful scenery she was climbing, she decided to paint one painting every week for the rest of her life. She has stuck to that decision ever since, becoming one of the most prolific artists in history. Erin Hanson's style is known as "Open Impressionism" and is now taught in art schools worldwide. With thousands of collectors eagerly anticipating her work and millions of followers online, Hanson has become an iconic, driving force in the rebirth of contemporary impressionism.
 

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