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Bob Rohm Painting "Mountain Hideaway" (1990s)
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Robert "Bob" Rohm (American, b. 1948). "Mountain Hideaway" oil on canvas, ca. 1990s. Signed on the lower left. Who can resist a picturesque mountain hideaway? In this painting, American artist Bob Rohm tempts us with lush, forest-lined trails and blue ridge mountains beyond. Rohm's intent was clearly not to delineate every last detail of this scenic spot in an exhaustive manner but rather to poetically illuminate the landscape in his Impressionist painterly style. In the artist's words, "Poetry in the landscape means to impart a feeling for a scene rather than just to illustrate it—to engage the viewer's imagination." A beautiful landscape that embodies Bob Rohm's poetic approach! Size of painting: 16.25" L x 20.125" W (41.3 cm x 51.1 cm) Size of frame: 21.4" L x 25.5" W (54.4 cm x 64.8 cm)

According to Sorrel Sky Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico (one of numerous esteemed galleries that represents Bob Rohm), "Perhaps best known for his radiant landscapes, Robert (Bob) Rohm’s paintings reflect the brilliance of the colors found in the clear, bright light of the Southwest. Although his work contains an enormous amount of detail, those details are transformed as he translates the world around him. This sense of poetry lends an almost abstract nature to his work.

Artist's Statement: "Bob has been painting most of his life, and received classical art training at the York Academy of Arts in Pennsylvania. Now a resident of Texas, his paintings reflect the brilliance of the colors found in the clear, bright light of the southwest. Known for his ability to capture the poetry of light, he has received many awards and is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America, Oil Painters of America and the Outdoor Painters Society. He is the author of the book THE PAINTERLY APPROACH and has been featured in many publications including Southwest Art, American Artist, The Artist’s Magazine, The Pastel Journal, International Artist and Pure Color. Bob's painting approach has been the subject of several instructional DVD productions. His work is collected internationally and is represented by a number of fine galleries including Sorrel Sky in Santa Fe, RS Hanna in Fredericksburg, Aspen Grove Fine Arts in Aspen and Southwest Gallery in Dallas."

Provenance: Private J. Reid Collection, The Woodlands, Texas, USA, acquired directly from the artist in the 1990s

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Signed by the artist on the lower left. Also signed and titled on stretcher on verso. Frame is very nice save minor scuffs. Wired for suspension and ready to display.
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Bob Rohm Painting "Mountain Hideaway" (1990s)

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Robert "Bob" Rohm (American, b. 1948). "Mountain Hideaway" oil on canvas, ca. 1990s. Signed on the lower left. Who can resist a picturesque mountain hideaway? In this painting, American artist Bob Rohm tempts us with lush, forest-lined trails and blue ridge mountains beyond. Rohm's intent was clearly not to delineate every last detail of this scenic spot in an exhaustive manner but rather to poetically illuminate the landscape in his Impressionist painterly style. In the artist's words, "Poetry in the landscape means to impart a feeling for a scene rather than just to illustrate it—to engage the viewer's imagination." A beautiful landscape that embodies Bob Rohm's poetic approach! Size of painting: 16.25" L x 20.125" W (41.3 cm x 51.1 cm) Size of frame: 21.4" L x 25.5" W (54.4 cm x 64.8 cm)

According to Sorrel Sky Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico (one of numerous esteemed galleries that represents Bob Rohm), "Perhaps best known for his radiant landscapes, Robert (Bob) Rohm’s paintings reflect the brilliance of the colors found in the clear, bright light of the Southwest. Although his work contains an enormous amount of detail, those details are transformed as he translates the world around him. This sense of poetry lends an almost abstract nature to his work.

Artist's Statement: "Bob has been painting most of his life, and received classical art training at the York Academy of Arts in Pennsylvania. Now a resident of Texas, his paintings reflect the brilliance of the colors found in the clear, bright light of the southwest. Known for his ability to capture the poetry of light, he has received many awards and is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America, Oil Painters of America and the Outdoor Painters Society. He is the author of the book THE PAINTERLY APPROACH and has been featured in many publications including Southwest Art, American Artist, The Artist’s Magazine, The Pastel Journal, International Artist and Pure Color. Bob's painting approach has been the subject of several instructional DVD productions. His work is collected internationally and is represented by a number of fine galleries including Sorrel Sky in Santa Fe, RS Hanna in Fredericksburg, Aspen Grove Fine Arts in Aspen and Southwest Gallery in Dallas."

Provenance: Private J. Reid Collection, The Woodlands, Texas, USA, acquired directly from the artist in the 1990s

All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back.

A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids.

We ship worldwide to most countries and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience.

#170541
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Signed by the artist on the lower left. Also signed and titled on stretcher on verso. Frame is very nice save minor scuffs. Wired for suspension and ready to display.
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