Newburyport Marshes Sunset Digital Artwork
Newburyport Marshes Sunset digital artwork, by artist Sheila Alden. Alden is a big fan of New England and its four seasons. Winter, spring, summer and fall all lend their attributes to change the appearance and mood of a landscape or marine scene. Furthermore, the time of day adds even more to this. Especially true of sunrise and sunset. As one can see from a viewing of her artwork.
French artist Claude Monet (1840–1926) painted a group of critically acclaimed paintings, of stacks of wheat. In this series the artist explored the interaction of light at various times of day, with color and form. Weather conditions also played a part in the resulting work. Grainstack (Sunset) is one of these paintings. This oil on canvas is at the Museum of Fine Arts, in Boston, Massachusetts.
Another wonderful sunset painting at the MFA is Sunset, by artist Maurice Brazil Prendergast (1858–1924). He was an American artist, but was born in Canada. Prendergast was inspired by French artists especially Paul Cézanne and Henri Matisse.
And finally, another famous artist who was well known for his sunset paintings. Sunset Over The Marshes is a striking painting by American artist, Martin Johnson Heade (1819–1904). The sky blazes red and orange over marsh land. In dramatic contrast to the light fading from the shadowy country side and town beyond.
About This Newburyport Marshes Sunset Digital Artwork:
Title: Newburyport Marshes Sunset
Medium: Digital artwork on canvas
Size: 20″ x 16″