"Lavenders"

After a short trip in the South of France, the artist starts investigating art galleries between Marseille and Perpignan. Because of its color, its smell and its popularity, lavender seems to be the most painted subject in the South of France. In this painting we find a classic scene of a farm growing lavender, with a clear sky and dominant yellow spots that "seals" the subject. We can also see the beginning of a new style of strokes inspired by Vincent Van Gogh.

Oil on Canvas $8,500
signed by the artist
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Lavenders
24x36
Oil on Canvas
July 1998