Fontainebleau Forest

The Fontainebleau Forest near Paris is a landscape with strange rock formations. It is also the home of the Barbizon School of painters like Millet and Theodore Rousseau. It was also the region where the Impressionists began to work plein air.

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Impressions of the Fontainebleau Forest, acrylic on canvas, 40″ x 55″, 1997, $4000


Barbizon Rocks, oil on canvas, 5.5′ x 6′, 1998, $4500


Homage to Theodore Rousseau, acrylic on canvas, 5.5′ x 6′, 1996, $4200


The Clearing, acrylic on canvas, 3’5″ x 4’6″, 1997, $3500


Late Afternoon, Fontainebleau, acrylic on canvas, 4.5′ x 5.5′, 1995, $6000


Trees and Boulders in the Fontainebleau Forest, pastel, 26″ x 30″, 1997, $1000


Lake Near the Palace, oil on canvas, 39″ x 53.5″, 1998, $4200


The Secret Garden, oil on canvas,  5.5′ x 6′,  1998, $4000

Fontainebleau View-1, pastel, 9.5″x 12.5″, 1999, $300


Fontainebleau View 3, pastel, 9.5″x 12.5″, 1999, $300


Imagining Barbizon, pastel, 9.5″x 12.5″, 1999, $300


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