Paul Black, American. (1957 - 2014).
Paul Black painted the Maine landscape for more than 25 years. Initially focusing
on scenes derived from many summer visits to Acadia National Park, Paul has produced numerous
scenes that are evocative of Claude Monet's work in Giverny. The influence of French Impressionism
can be seen in both subject matter and technique. Combining analysis and interpretation of what
is visible in nature with the study of the history of landscape painting, a personal style has evolved.
Paul Black painted in France and California as well as on Cape Cod. His impressionistic works are
included in many private collections throughout the Northeast.
Signed lower right. Oil on Canvas.
Canvas dimensions: 16" x 20"
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