National Gallery of London

National Gallery, London, 2018

34″ x 46″

“This is part of a series I’ve been doing for many years, depicting people looking at paintings. This painting shows one of the largest galleries in the National Gallery of London, it is an immense, breathtaking room. The view I’ve painted is only from about the midway point in the room.

I enjoy the idea of doing paintings within paintings, of capturing the attitudes of people looking at art and becoming unconsciously, part of a work of art themselves. Museums are rich with so many wonderful spaces to search out, some intimate little rooms that only see a handful of visitors a day and others like this grand salon which are the centerpiece of it all.”

Other Figures & Interiors Paintings

Whimsy, 28 x 20, 2013

Whimsy

28" x 20"
Solo- 16 x 20-1998

Solo

16" x 20"
Last Light in the Studio

Last Light in the Studio

16" x 20"
Saturday Afternoon at the Met, 30 x 36, 2003

Saturday Afternoon at the Met

30" x 36"

Other Recent Paintings

Anakin Skywalker

Anakin Skywalker as Darth Vader

54" x 46"
sailboat

The Sailboat

25" x 36"
Peonies and Butterfly

Peonies and Butterfly

18" x 24"
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