Artist: Michael Cheney Title: Summer Afternoon at Alfred Caldwell's Lily Pool ORIGINAL Media: Oil On Canvas Size: 24" x 36" Questions? Call or email an Atlas Art Consultant! (800) 423-7635: 535 N. Michigan Ave Gallery (800) 545-2929: 900 N. Michigan Ave Gallery email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Afternoon at Alfred Caldwell's Lily Pool
The reflection of a manganese blue sky points vertically to a triangle of stepping stones in Summer Afternoon at Alfred Caldwells Lily Pool. The painting creates a peaceful introspective mood and is a meditation on nature and organic form. Summer Afternoon at Alfred Caldwells Lily Pool is an homage to Claude Monet and his many paintings of lily pads at Giverny. It is painted in Cheney’s unique Postmodern Impressionist style and is part of Postmodern Impressions, an exhibition of paintings, drawings, and limited edition graphics at the famed Atlas Galleries on Chicago’s North Michigan Avenue. This work explores the unique character of the contemporary city, and its people.