Monday, December 10, 2007

Ten O'Clock at the Pond

Hello, art lovers and blog readers! I am Ellen Perantoni, painter of the landscape in oil in a manner influenced by the Hudson River School and the Barbizon School. I live and work in the Hudson Valley of New York State, inspired by the same views and magical light captured by the 19th century masters. This blog contains art images, art chat, gallery and purchase information. My e-mail address is
The painting in the above image is entitled "Ten O'Clock at the Pond" and is a Hudson Valley scene viewed on a tranquil night in midsummer. A most dreamlike and unutterably peaceful image. It is executed on 11x14" stretched canvas, and is framed in a massive traditional gold museum quality frame.
This painting image was selected for projection on screen screen during a multi-media performance celebrating the Hudson Valley Quadricentennial. This celebration began with a performance in Albany, NY and future performances will be in Peekskill, NYC, Oswego and Lake Placid.
The original of this work has been sold to a collector.
My studio is about 2 hours north of the NYC metro area, in a forest on a mountainside in the northern Catskills, and other paintings can bee viewed there by appointment.
This work and some of my other images are also available as signed limited edition prints, on paper and canvas. A same-size signed and numbered print of this work on stretched canvas can be ordered for $145., unframed.
I accept PayPal and funds drawn on USA-based banks. I am very experienced in packing and shipping art and I ship insured by DHL, FedEx or USPS.
I hope you will view other blog posts, which can be viewed by scrolling down this page and then clicking on "Older Posts" at the bottom of this page. Some of the paintings in these blog entries are sold but others are available. For those who prefer to view art in galleries there is gallery contact information for my galleries in Peekskill, NY; Poughkeepsie, NY; Pound Ridge, NY, Pine Plains, NY and Great Barrington, Mass.
During this past year I was honored by having my work added to the permanent collection of Whistler House Museum of Art, which houses works by Whistler, Sargent and others. My work is listed in AskArt.
Have a great week and a great holiday! I would love to hear from you.
Very best,

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