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d'ART ID#: 134505
Length: 17.75 in (45.09 cm)
Height: 23.75 in (60.33 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
Media Types:
Giclee , Paper
Style & Subject:
Figurative , Illustration , Rural
Submitted by wash2006
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Alexander Millar
Northern Lights
Alexander Millar
Limited Edition Prints - US $635.00

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"Northern Lights" by Alexander Millar

Limited Edition Giclee on Fine Art Paper-matted

Edition Size - 195

Also available unmatted, please call or email for pricing.

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Alexander Millar

After Iíve chosen a figure from my many sketches and photographs it is transferred to my canvas and blocked as a dark silhouette. Each layer of paint is then added gradually to separate tones; the figure is almost complete before the background colour is added.

Having lived in the northern half of Britain all my life I try to capture the subtle light that is particular to that part of the country. The under painting is predominantly blue and then each subsequent layer added is a touch warmer than the last and lifts the painting giving the misty almost ghostlike quality to the background. When this is complete the dark figure leaps out of the canvas. To finish off and give the figure movement I leave the painting for approximately a week and then I take away some of the background colour and feather the legs and soften any harsh edges. Iíll leave the painting in view for a few days in order to see if any adjustments are needed Ė they usually become apparent to me by then.

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