Oil Painting: Christine Lafuente's Oils: Exploration of Color and Form

In the April 2008 issue of American Artist, we discussed how Christine Lafuente's still lifes and plein air landscapes are oriented toward achieving a color harmony that captures the play of light across the forms. In this online exclusive gallery, we offer more examples of her technique.

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Trees, Early Spring
Morning

2007, oil on mounted
linen, 5 x 7. All artwork
this gallery courtesy
Somerville Manning Gallery, Greenville, Delaware.
Hudson River With
Low Lying Clouds

Oil on linen, 18 x 24.
Teacups, Pigments
and Gladiolas

Oil on linen, 16 x 20.

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Two Trees, Winter
Afternoon

Oil, 20 x 24.
Fig, Jam and Camera
2004, oil on linen, 14 x 18.
Open Cake Box
2004, oil, 10 x 10.

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Pigments and
Clock

2004, oil, 12 x 12.


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3 thoughts on “Oil Painting: Christine Lafuente's Oils: Exploration of Color and Form

  1. Her studio is in Brooklyn, NY and she has paintings in galleries in NYC (Frost and Reed) and Philadelphia. She also teaches at Pratt in NYC and some private sessions.

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