Gloria Nilsson

Gloria Nilsson Follow
CT, United States

View from the Dirt Road (2012)
Oil (12x16 in)


Buy the original

Available on request
Ask a question
On Request
Returns Accepted 14 days
Secure transactions
1,257 views Popular!  

Other art by Gloria Nilsson
View all artworks

6x8 in ©2008 by Gloria Nilsson
Strawberry - Painting, 6x8 in ©2008 by Gloria Nilsson -
Not For Sale
9x12 in ©2009 by Gloria Nilsson
Venezuelan Earthenware - Painting, 9x12 in ©2009 by Gloria Nilsson - Venezuela, culture, ethnic, pottery, earthenware, decorative, painting, oil, South America, garlic
Not For Sale
12x9 in ©2009 by Gloria Nilsson
Vintage Victorian Vogue - Painting, 12x9 in ©2009 by Gloria Nilsson - Figurative, figurative-594, victorian, San Francisco, fashion, vogue, vintage, house, wagon, carriage, turn of century, hat
On Request
7x9 in ©2008 by Gloria Nilsson
Sweet Jack - Painting, 7x9 in ©2008 by Gloria Nilsson -
Not For Sale
10x8 in ©2008 by Gloria Nilsson
A Purrfect Day - Painting, 10x8 in ©2008 by Gloria Nilsson - Figurative, figurative-594, Old Lyme Connecticut, cat, doorstep, new england, country, woodshakes, colonial
On Request
3.5x2.5 in ©2010 by Gloria Nilsson
Hearts and Flours - Painting, 3.5x2.5 in ©2010 by Gloria Nilsson - artist trading card, still life, watercolour pencil, cookies, hearts, flowers, sugar, baking
On Request

Similar Artworks
Show more artworks like this

About this artwork
This artwork is part of the gallery Figurative, Portraits, Interiors and Cityscapes.

Techniques
Oil
Framing
No
Description

Using palette knife techniques, I was inspired by the exciting angles, the play of light on the stairs both stone and wood and the soft floral whispers surrounding the structural elements of the historic Medad Stone Tavern, 1803. In earlier years it was a hot spot for gathering news and exchanging business interests and an important halfway station between New York and Boston. Even George Washington stopped by! Leonard D Hubbard, a long time Guilford resident named The Guilford Keeping Society1 Read More

Using palette knife techniques, I was inspired by the exciting angles, the play of light on the stairs both stone and wood and the soft floral whispers surrounding the structural elements of the historic Medad Stone Tavern, 1803. In earlier years it was a hot spot for gathering news and exchanging business interests and an important halfway station between New York and Boston. Even George Washington stopped by! Leonard D Hubbard, a long time Guilford resident named The Guilford Keeping Society heir to his landmark home. Oil on canvas panel, plein air frame.
You can view how this painting began - click on About the Artist/Techniques.

Painting by Gloria Nilsson (United States), Oil. Its dimensions are 30.5x40.6 cm. This artwork is part of the gallery Figurative, Portraits, Interiors and Cityscapes. Framing options are available for this artwork, please contact us for details.

Report Added © Short URL: https://artmajeur.link/uNVvMB

Comments

Be the first to post a comment! Sign in

Be the first to post a comment!