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Patrick Otis Cox

 

Solitude

 

This is a painting of a lonely home on the beach, which could be perceived as disconnection from the world or as solitude. This is a 1986 painting of a 1940s Florida house.

The style is Post Impressionism. The unity of vision from the consistent and strong brush-work and layers of thick oil paint create an active and lonely place. The heavy lines of the horizon and the house portray stability and the mixture of colors adds motion and energy to the movement of clouds and grass blowing in the sea breeze.

The perceived volume of feeling from the single solitaire house gives the impression of being totally alone.

 

 

 

Solitude

Oil on Canvas 24 x 36 (61cm x 92cm) Purchase $2,700 Click here to Purchase

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