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Cityscape #6 Oil on panel 10″x8″

cityscape-6

Cityscape #6 Oil on Panel 10″x8″

A study for two larger works on the easel at present. I am enjoying reverting to black, white and greys with just a few touches of colour with these cityscapes.

I find that this scheme lends itself very wellto the mood and atmosphere that I am trying to capture.

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Strawberry

strawberry

Daily painting Strawberry, oil on 3mm MDF panel.

6″ x 6″ (15cm x 15cm) Unframed.

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The painting requires framing, the frame is not included.

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One Of A Pear

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‘One Of A Pear’

Oil on MDF Panel 6″ x 6″

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Modern Impressionist painting.

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City Rain Five

City Rain 5

City Rain 5 SmallCity scene , rain. Oil on thin edge canvas 48″ x 30″ (120cm x 76cm)

In this work I am trying to capture the mood of the day, subdued light, muted colours.

The painting was created using artist quality oil paint, applied with brushes, pallet knives and paint scrapers.

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Recent Commission – ‘Pageant’

Pageant - acrylic painting by Nikki Rosetti

Commission Pageant painting by Nikki Rosetti‘Pageant’

Acrylic on canvas
48″ x 30″
Private collection, London.

This commission was to produce a painting based around the painting by Canaletto. This version recalls the recent pageant on the River Thames in London. The painting  includes landmarks from London old and new, somewhat re-located and re-sized to fit on one waterfront vista.

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Starting New Musician paintings……………

Music On Clinton Street (SOLD)

Violin Girl

‘Music On Clinton Street’ Acrylic on canvas 24″ x 18″ (SOLD).

This is a painting I did last year, again bringing together my passion for art and music. I am about to start on a new series, again trying to place musicians in atmospheric settings that add to the feel of the work.
Don’t know why I had a thing for naming paintings after Leonard Cohen lyrics, but it obviously spoke to me at the time!.