"The Garden"

Learning the techniques of Monet was an early discovery. Then, in the summer of 1999, at a Van Gogh exhibition at the Los Angeles Museum of Art, the artist was so emotionally moved by the colors and movement of each of Van Gogh's work in this prestigious collection--from Van Gogh's early dark period to the more colorful later pieces--that he decided to try another style. "The Garden" was inspired from a photographic picture that creates continuity and discontinuity of colors. We find in this oil painting a mix of lavenders, shrubs, and a preponderance of wild yellow daisies.

Oil on Canvas $15,000
signed by the artist
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The Garden
Oil on Canvas
December 1998