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Signet Contemporary Art London
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Midnight on the Water and How It Used to Be

Original painting Oil paint on canvas 60cm x 80cm

Price

£4,500.00

Dimensions:

80cm (w)

x 60cm (h)

x 3cm (d)

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“Midnight on the Water and How It Used to Be” by George Callaghan is a captivating exploration of a mystical nocturnal landscape, where the boundaries between reality and imagination blur in a mesmerizing display of surrealism. In this enigmatic painting, the focal points of the scene draw the viewer into a world of mystery and intrigue.

At the heart of the composition lies a sharp white moon, its luminous glow casting an ethereal light over the landscape below. The washed blue sky hints at the late hour, evoking a sense of midnight stillness and tranquility. As the moonlight bathes the scene in its soft radiance, shadows dance across the landscape, imbuing it with an air of enchantment.

Leading hills on either side of the canvas draw the eye outward, creating a sense of depth and perspective. On the left side, the hill reaches a towering cliff, its purple-toned texture adding an element of drama to the scene. Mystical-looking bendy and rounded trees dot the landscape, their twisted forms adding to the surreal atmosphere of the painting.

Soft, ethereal water flows between the hills, its presence lending a sense of serenity and boundlessness to the image. The water’s gentle ripples soften the landscape and reflect the moonlight, creating a mesmerizing interplay of light and shadow.

The landscape feels both familiar and otherworldly, evoking a sense of nostalgia and wonder in equal measure. There is an undeniable air of mystery that shrouds the painting, inviting viewers to unravel its secrets and uncover the stories that lie within.

Signed by the artist, “Midnight on the Water and How It Used to Be” is a captivating artwork that beckons viewers to lose themselves in its haunting beauty. Whether viewed in person at Signet Contemporary Art in Chelsea or online, this mesmerizing painting promises to transport viewers to a world of magic and imagination, where the mysteries of the night unfold in all their splendor.

Dimensions 60 × 80 × 3 cm

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