Francois Gall, A Day at the Beach, Oil on canvas, Vallejo Maritime Gallery. Click to inquire
Now in the middle of summer, with its heat perhaps greatly appreciated after a treacherous winter, comes a natural draw to the ocean. Annual pilgrimages to ocean side towns throughout the summer often proves to be the perfect antidote to city congestion, and has been a favored vacation staple and place of repose for artists.
Todd Reifers, Perfect Day at the Beach, Oil on linen, Eckert & Ross Fine Art. Click to inquire
Thomas McGlynn, Waves 1914, Oil on canvas, Trotter Galleries. Click to inquire
Majestic sunset panoramas, fervent works of splashing waves from the Romantic school, or reflective studies of light found in Impressionist styles, these representations of the ocean often evoke the tranquil ambiance of the sea and surrounding atmosphere. FADA's inventory of seaside subjects is numerous and evocative. Enjoy our ode to summer and fun days at the beach.
Alfred Thompson Bricher, Rocky Cliffs with Breaking Waves, Oil on canvas, Questroyal Fine Art. Click to inquire
Milton Avery, A Double-sided Work, Seascape, 1944 and Landscape, 1947, Watercolor and gouache on paper, Surovek Gallery. Click to inquire
Arthur Dominque Rozaire, Seascape with Rocks, Oil on board, George Stern Fine Arts. Click to inquire
William Trost Richards, Newport Beach, Oil on canvas, Avery Galleries. Click to inquire
Edward S. Goldman, Blue, Mixed media, David Cook Fine Art. Click to inquire