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    Moon Shadow

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    'Moon Shadow', 30x18, oil on panel.  Plein air nocturnes are challenging.  Light is at a minimum and difficult to define once the sun goes down.  This lone cedar stands despite having fire damage to one side.  A lone standing sentinel against the elements.  I was reminded of  Frederick Remington's nocturnes.  He created worlds that described the night in bold graphic terms.  Shapes and silhouettes. Powerful figures in the moonlight.

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    Name of Artist: Lon Brauer
    Country: United States
    Media: Oil
    Width (inches): 18
    Height (inches): 30
    Painting Style: Representational: Landscape / Nature


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    This single tree is indeed a powerful figure in the moon light. Well done.

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