Twilight In Central Park By Rod Chase
Framed photorealistic fine art print with a textured varnish finish.
Product Type: Framed photorealistic fine art print with a textured varnish finish. Fitted with cord for easy hanging.
Outer Frame Size: 36” x 36”
About: One of Chase's most popular paintings, Twilight in Central Park, features the Gapstow Bridge with the Plaza Hotel in the background. Twinkling lights from the city's windows reflect on the dark water in the foreground contrasting their warmth with the crisp cold of a winter evening. Another contrast is evident: the city is alive with activity and yet, it is completely silent and serene from our vantage point in "Twilight in Central Park".
Artist: Rod Chase
As one of today’s finest and most recognized photorealist painters, Rod Chase has earned the highest respect of his peers and the admiration of legions of collectors. Each painting from the artist's easel is a masterpiece created from extensive research and numerous photographs of each of his subjects. This technique, along with the aid of historical photographs, results in a timeless quality in each of Chase’s paintings.
In his quest for mystique, accuracy, and a true sense of history, Chase does extensive research. His travels have led him from North America to Europe in a never-ending search to obtain materials and photography for new paintings. The artist says, "As a photorealist, I depend on finding accurate reference material for each painting." Chase works with acrylics on canvas, spending hundreds of hours on each painting with the ultimate goal of presenting a fresh, unique, and elegant approach to familiar subjects. The detail in each painting is remarkable, but the mood each is equally impressive. Chase is acknowledged as a master of breath-taking scenes depicting the world’s natural and historical treasures. He has painted images of such famous landmarks as The White House, the St. Peter's Basilica and the romantic canals of Venice to name a few. Without traveling to these world-famous locales, the viewer is able to feel as if the scene is unfolding before them in person.