Original oil painting Medium: Oils on Belgian linen attached to MDF Size: 10 x 8 inches (unframed) The painting is sold framed as shown Painting inspired by an early afternoon light at a location known as altar room in the upper Blue Mountains Christopher Vidal is a realist artist inspired by the style and techniques of the classical realist painters such as Caravaggio and Dutch painters as Rembrandt. He is also inspired by the American painters of the Hudson River School and the Australian impressionists of the Heidelberg Art Movement. His works of art brings together classical realism from Europe and US as well as Australian impressionism. With his work Chris finds a connection between his love for science, environment and arts. With his work he wants to show the beauty of nature and to re-establish the connection of humanity with nature. This painting is Varnished for protection CUSTOMER FEEDBACK / TESTIMONIALS Professionally packed, excellent artwork???????? Very pleased ??Recommend seller! - Original landscape painting in oils Simpsons Gap, West MacDonnell Ranges NT (#282586095192) - Kerrfis "We would just like to thank Chris for the amazing painting we commissioned. He spent the time to get to know us and the landscape we wanted painted to ensure it was everything we dreamed of. Through the whole process Chris kept us up to date continually sending photos of his progress. When he delivered the painting to our front door, we were absolutely blown away by the detail, colours, and absolute overall beauty of it. In the photos it looked amazing but it was nothing compared to viewing it in real life. We cannot recommend Chris highly enough. This painting has exceed all expectations." - Melinda & Michael "I wanted a special painting for a gift for someone who misses his beautiful homeland. I did choose a stunning natural park in Venezuela and sent several pictures to Chris. Chris created his own version of the park combining several landmarks. After he drew several drafts he asked me for my opinion or if I wished to change or add something. It was really beautiful but as I told him it is more beautiful when you see it directly. The details, colors, shadows seems that it was painted directly on the spot."- Sandra B. "To me Chris' landscapes are very impressive, beautiful colours and well painted. I asked Chris to do a portrait of my parents as a birthday gift. I was very pleased and happy when I received the portrait. Even though Chris only had a few pictures to work from, he managed to capture the essence of my parents which he transformed into a beautiful painting". - Wei Li PRODUCT GUARANTEE These paintings are handcrafted and individually made and so are not mass produced. All materials used are of a professional grade. Paintings are varnished for protection. To clean it just use a damp cloth and DO NOT use any cleaning agents. If you are not happy with the product please contact me and I will give you full refund upon returning an undamaged product. Paintings are photographed in a professional studio setup to retain fidelity of colour to the original painting. However slight variations might occur due to lighting, digital photography and monitor settings. Copyright Christopher Vidal (2016) I have a copyright on this original painting so it may not be copied in any way, however original artwork can be resold.
Warm lights canyoning at Blue Mountains was created by artist Christopher Vidal in 2017. This art piece , which is part of the Landscapes portfolio, is a Paintings artwork. The style of this artwork is best described as Fine Art, Impressionism, Realism. The genre portrayed in this piece of art is Landscape. The artwork was created in Canvas, Oil. The size of the original art is 10 (inches) H x 8 (inches) W.
Words which artist Christopher Vidal feels best describe this work of art are: landscape, caves, canyons, rock, painting, oils, light, fine art, realism, traditional realism, contemporary realism.
Currently living in Sydney, Chris was born in Malta and migrated to Australia in 2009. His love for the arts started when he was very young. At 6 years of age he developed an interest in drawing. For three years, at the age of 13, he attended the School of Arts at Palazzo de La Salle in Valletta, Malta. After finishing his academic studies Chris obtained his PhD from the University of Malta and worked as a scientist in various government and private laboratories and as a medical researcher in Malta and Australia. He worked in clinical biochemistry, food quality control and forensic genetics.
During his career as a researcher he presented his works and findings at a number of International conferences in Europe, US and Australia. He also published his findings in peer reviewed scientific journals and books while supervising students reading for their degrees.