Oil Painting: GALLERY: Richard Baumann's Landscapes and Interior Scenes

13 Sep 2007

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In the November 2007 issue of American Artist, we discussed how Richard Baumann relies on two complementary colors to develop his landscapes and interior scenes, applying mixtures of them around the canvas so he can orchestrate the relationship between shapes and values. We present more of his work in this online exclusive gallery.

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Annisquam
Lighthouse

oil, 14 x 16.
Private collection.
Marionette
oil, 17 x 15.
Collection the artist.
Roses and Lemons
oil, 18 x 14. Courtesy
State of the Art Gallery 2,
Gloucester, Massachusetts.

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Peaches
oil, 18 x 16.
Collection the artist.
Gloucester Harbor-Two Fish Shacks
oil, 12 x 36. Collection
Dr. Annette Lyons and
Rudi Bass.
Gloucester Harbor No. 1
oil, 18 x 24. Collection
Hale and Dorr Wealth
Advisors, LLC, Boston, Massachusetts.

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Two Chairs
oil, 12 x 9.
Collection the artist.
Gloucester Wheelhouse
oil, 14 x 16. Courtesy
State of the Art Gallery 2, Gloucester, Massachusetts.
Lemons and Green Bottle
oil, 11 x 9. Courtesy
Chrysalis Gallery,
Southampton, New York.

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