Chasing Constable’s Greens by

In 1852, Delacroix recollected that ‘Constable said that the superiority of the green he uses for his meadows derives from the fact that it is composed of a multitude of different greens’. Greens are often a difficult colour to control. Of course this meant that I took it on. This painting only started to work when I grayed out the greens. I like the dance of the placement of the trees. You can feel the evening summer sun on your face.

$1800 CAD
36 x 24 in / 90 x 60 cm
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