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  • The Brides World In Five Hues artwork by Reginald Robinson - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • The Brides World In Five Hues artwork by Reginald Robinson
  • The Brides World In Five Hues artwork by Reginald Robinson - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • The Brides World In Five Hues artwork by Reginald Robinson - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • The Brides World In Five Hues artwork by Reginald Robinson - art listed for sale on Artplode

About Artist:

Reginald Robinson,  AKA Reggie, is a native Californian and a graduate of Castlemont High School in Oakland. At the age of 14, with no formal training in art, he created "Portrait of Mahalia Jackson" (link: https://www.newartforsale.com/mahalia-jackson.html). 

While in high school, he received multiple grants to participate in summer art classes offered by the University of California at Berkeley. His early artwork appeared in the Oakland museum and in an Oakland Tribune article which helped him gain admission to multiple colleges and universities throughout the US. He is a graduate of Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine.  

He currently resides in Maryland (USA) with his wife of 14 years. While he has enjoyed a successful 30-year career in the Information Technology industry, he recently launched NewArtForSale.com because "it's time to return to my artistic roots, with new artworks coming soon".

About Artwork:

Subject and Description

The South African Bride character is surrounded by unique-shaped abstract objects that are interconnected and painted using 5 colors in varying hues.

Artistic Theme

This painting began as a larger companion piece to the Unique Shapes in Five Hues painting. The five multi-layered colors used are Blue, Orange, Red, Yellow, and Ultramarine Violet. The large basic shapes that make up the overlapping patterns of unique shapes are 4 large circles, multiple smaller circles, an artist palette, a straight line down the middle of the canvas with 2 sets of parallel lines and a large python shape extending from the top left side down and across the canvas. Many of patterns were simply made up by the Artist for visual effect. However, when the first layer of the painting was completed, the Artist’s wife commented that the bright yellow, orange and red colors reminded her of African artwork that she had seen in other galleries. She determined that the painting needed a single African lady as its central subject. The South African bride theme was added because the rich colors of the garments align best to the core five colors of the painting. Finally, the model for the Bride character is the Artist’s wife’s youngest daughter.

Original Painting Specifications:

 -  Medium: Oil on canvas

 -  Where painted: Prince Georges County Maryland, USA

 -  Painting Size: 36 by 36 inches

 -  Framed Size: 39 by 39 inches

 - Start Date: March 2019

 - Completion Date: May 2019

Artist: Reginald D. Robinson

 

Reginald Robinson

The Brides World In Five Hues

  • 2019
  • 36 x 36 inches
  • Fine Art Category: paintings
  • Medium: Oil / Canvas
  • Origin: USA
  • Certificate of Authenticity: yes
  • Provenance: Original Artwork
  • Signed: Signed lower right
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  • Price: $1,427.00 USD
  • Seller: newartforsale.com, USA

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  • Artplode ID: 4940
  • Artplode Seller ID: 10150

About Artist:

Reginald Robinson,  AKA Reggie, is a native Californian and a graduate of Castlemont High School in Oakland. At the age of 14, with no formal training in art, he created "Portrait of Mahalia Jackson" (link: https://www.newartforsale.com/mahalia-jackson.html). 

While in high school, he received multiple grants to participate in summer art classes offered by the University of California at Berkeley. His early artwork appeared in the Oakland museum and in an Oakland Tribune article which helped him gain admission to multiple colleges and universities throughout the US. He is a graduate of Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine.  

He currently resides in Maryland (USA) with his wife of 14 years. While he has enjoyed a successful 30-year career in the Information Technology industry, he recently launched NewArtForSale.com because "it's time to return to my artistic roots, with new artworks coming soon".

About Artwork:

Subject and Description

The South African Bride character is surrounded by unique-shaped abstract objects that are interconnected and painted using 5 colors in varying hues.

Artistic Theme

This painting began as a larger companion piece to the Unique Shapes in Five Hues painting. The five multi-layered colors used are Blue, Orange, Red, Yellow, and Ultramarine Violet. The large basic shapes that make up the overlapping patterns of unique shapes are 4 large circles, multiple smaller circles, an artist palette, a straight line down the middle of the canvas with 2 sets of parallel lines and a large python shape extending from the top left side down and across the canvas. Many of patterns were simply made up by the Artist for visual effect. However, when the first layer of the painting was completed, the Artist’s wife commented that the bright yellow, orange and red colors reminded her of African artwork that she had seen in other galleries. She determined that the painting needed a single African lady as its central subject. The South African bride theme was added because the rich colors of the garments align best to the core five colors of the painting. Finally, the model for the Bride character is the Artist’s wife’s youngest daughter.

Original Painting Specifications:

 -  Medium: Oil on canvas

 -  Where painted: Prince Georges County Maryland, USA

 -  Painting Size: 36 by 36 inches

 -  Framed Size: 39 by 39 inches

 - Start Date: March 2019

 - Completion Date: May 2019

Artist: Reginald D. Robinson

 







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