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"Untitled Painting 1975 24x30" by Michael Godfrey - Just Reduced Again

Untitled Painting 1975 24x30



Michael Godfrey

Original Painting
Oil on Canvas

Size: 24 x 30 in  |  61 x 76 cm

Framed: 0 x 0 in  |  0 x 0 cm

Hand Signed : Lower Right
Condition: Excellent
Framed without Glass : Original Wood Frame
Purchased from : Artist 1975
Provenance :
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
Michael Godfrey

Art Brokerage: Michael Godfrey German-American Artist: b. 1958. Michael Godfrey is a representational landscape artist whose work hangs in many private and corporate collections. Born in Germany in l958 and raised in North Carolina, he earned a BA in Fine Arts and began his painting career in oils and watercolors. He spends hours field sketching and photographing, preparing for a well thought out painting. Typically, he starts a major work using small oil studies done on location. These field studies provide color accuracy and photographs provide special details. Godfrey composes his paintings from on site sketches in the field and photography references. In studio, work progresses in successive layers of paint and light is orchestrated to create a painting that appeals to his internal sense of order. "A landscape artist has to have some knowledge of many disciplines (geology, chemistry, physics, architecture), to understand the world in which they are trying to create. An artist must observe with the idea that what is observed must be interpreted and distilled. For a landscape artist, it is just as important what you do not include in a work as what is eventually laid down. I ask myself, what is the dominant truth - is it color, shape of land forms, or time of day? I try to get an understanding of what I am seeing, so that the final work will capture the visual emotion." Listings wanted.

  • Original Painting
    Oil on Canvas

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