Terry Evans (b.1943) - Contemporary Oil, River Running Through The Woods
A wonderfully picturesque woodland scene showing a clear river, meandering through the trees. The water reflects the dappled leaves and the wild flowers covering the banks. Evans has utilised his signature impasto palette knife technique to create depth and texture in the foliage.
The artist has signed in the lower right corner and the painting has been presented in a bolection style, dark wood frame with a layered inner window.On board.
The painting is in fine condition. There is a dent to the lower left edge of the frame.
39.5 x 29cm (15.6" x 11.4")Framed Size: 58 x 48cm (22.8" x 18.9")
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Terry originally started painting for pleasure, painting portraits, racing cars and dogs. He first experimented with watercolours and acrylics before trying his hand with oils. The popular demand for his work made it possible for him to turn his hobby into a professional career as an artist.
Terry Evans attended art school at Hornsey, London; but the primary source of his inspiration was the impasto work of renowned artist Charles Lefar. Building on the approach of Lefar, Terry went on to develop a distinctive style all his own that would set him apart from his contemporaries.
Wild yet retaining exquisite detail, Terry’s paintings sumptuously capture the organic beauty of the natural world. His sculptured landscapes portray an unspoiled wilderness of trees, flowers, mountains, glades, rocks and pools with pristine clarity, as if untouched by any human presence. His liberal use of paint lends itself to lavish pieces representative of nature’s abundance.
Terry Evans has exhibited one-man shoes in the Langres Gallery, New York and the Rubens Gallery in Miami, as well as in Norway, Singapore and London.
|Artist||Terry Evans (b.1943)|
|Dimensions||39.5 x 29cm|
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