Evening Rain, Piccadilly
Original painting by Alan Harris, contemporary British artist,
Acrylic on canvas 24" x 16" / 60 x 40 cm
Beautiful image of one of the most emblematic places in London. The movement in the figures very well achieved. I can almost feel the wind moving the women's coats. The well-defined figures against the buildings lost in the mist create an atmosphere of grandeur that can be felt when walking through Piccadilly Circus and the surrounding area.
Always with a great sense of architectural space, Alan has managed to paint in his work a unique concept that stands out from his contemporaries. With his ability to abstract the main elements of each city either London, New York, Paris, or Shangai, he creates that image with which the public easily connects and which is part of their own experience is unique.
Powerful and evocative this painting can be a wonderful, stunning centre piece to any home.
Alan's works and subjects come from his imagination giving him more freedom and expression and engage the viewer with atmospheric detail.
This artwork is sold unframed
W 60.00 cm x H 40.00 cm
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About the Artist
" My work is my life, each piece is like a diary of my emotions and feelings on my journey through time. " Born in 1950s London, Alan has always had a flair for being creative. He attended Strand Grammar where, like most schools of the time, academic discipline was paramount. “My intere...