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Snow Scenes

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February Thaw o/c 42 X 28
Cardinal Point
Cardinal Point (sold)
oil on canvas 30 X 20
Snowshoe Weather
Snowshoe Weather (sold)
oil on canvas 36 X 24
Gone Sleddin
Gone Sleddin' (sold)
oil on canvas 30 X 20
No Work Till Spring (sold)
No Work Till Spring (sold)
oil on canvas 36 X 54
Bittersweet (sold)
Bittersweet (sold)
oil on canvas 36 X 24
Snow Cone
Snow Cone (sold)
oil on canvas 28 X 42
Gravity (sold)
oil on canvas 30 X 40
Winter's Score (sold)
oil on masonite 16 X 24
Balancing Act (sold)
oil on canvas 30 X 20
Six Months of Winter (sold)
oil on canvas 36 X 24
Tough Spring (sold)
oil on canvas 20 X 30
Eight Synonyms Of Solitude #1 (sold)
oil on masonite 24 X 36
Brief Beauty (sold)
oil on masonite 30 X 48
String Section
String Section (sold)
oil on canvas 28 X 40
Garden Gazer
Garden Gazer (sold)
oil on canvas 28 X 42
Surprise (sold)
oil on canvas 20 X 30
Slowly Clearing (sold)
o/c 24 X 16
River Dance (sold) o/c 27 X 40

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Architect (and famous perfectionist) Frank Lloyd Wright observed that "God is in the details." An unerring attention to detail shows in Steinem's work, and is clearly apparent in his snow scenes. These carefully orchestrated studies of form and complexity are inspired by the long New England winters, and celebrate the picturesque results of abundant snow fall on the rural landscape. Arching branches and subdued skies reflect the depth of winter; other scenes in the collection herald the approach of spring. Steinem often takes photographs on winter days to use as reference images in composing these works. Please contact the artist for more information about the Snow Scenes series and available pieces.

* Limited edition giclees prints are also available for many of the paintings.

Robert Steinem
Pebble Hill Studio • 413-624-3709 (Mass.) • 202-237-7344 (Wash. D.C.) • Email