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New Orleans Impressionist Cityscapes

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"Phil Sandusky explores the New Orleans area landscape in search of the sublime in the ordinary and mundane. Whether painting fashionable filigreed Victorian houses Uptown, an oak-shaded Northshore inlet, industrial cranes along the Mississippi riverfront, a blue-green skiff in the fishing village of Delacroix, or the visual grace in a row of Creole cottages in a rundown Bywater neighborhood, Sandusky's painterly plein-air images give us the beauty of a fleeting, poetic moment."
-John R. Kemp, New Orleans ...

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Overview

"Phil Sandusky explores the New Orleans area landscape in search of the sublime in the ordinary and mundane. Whether painting fashionable filigreed Victorian houses Uptown, an oak-shaded Northshore inlet, industrial cranes along the Mississippi riverfront, a blue-green skiff in the fishing village of Delacroix, or the visual grace in a row of Creole cottages in a rundown Bywater neighborhood, Sandusky's painterly plein-air images give us the beauty of a fleeting, poetic moment."
-John R. Kemp, New Orleans correspondent, ARTnews

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781455616800
  • Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/20/2012
  • Pages: 144
  • Sales rank: 1,394,089
  • Product dimensions: 11.20 (w) x 8.60 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Phil Sandusky's first book with Pelican, New Orleans en Plein Air, was followed by Painting Katrina, an unprecedented artistic response to one of the worst natural disasters to impact the United States. He is currently represented by Cole Pratt Gallery in New Orleans, Reinike Gallery in Atlanta, and Stellers Gallery in Jacksonville. Sandusky has published several articles in American Artist, and he serves as instructor of landscape and life painting at the New Orleans Academy of Fine Arts. His work can be seen in many prominent collections at museums such as New Orleans Museum of Art, Louisiana State Museum, and Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham, Massachusetts.

Phil Sandusky's first book with Pelican, New Orleans en Plein Air, was followed by Painting Katrina, an unprecedented artistic response to one of the worst natural disasters to impact the United States. He is currently represented by Cole Pratt Gallery in New Orleans, Reinike Gallery in Atlanta, and Stellers Gallery in Jacksonville. Sandusky has published several articles in American Artist, and he serves as instructor of landscape and life painting at the New Orleans Academy of Fine Arts. His work can be seen in many prominent collections at museums such as New Orleans Museum of Art, Louisiana State Museum, and Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham, Massachusetts.

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