Monday, October 27, 2014

Ellen Perantoni Snow Scenes in Oil with PayPal Links:

     ......and I have just a few snow paintings available in time to greet the first snowfalls in most parts of the USA and other temperate regions.  These are hushed scenes of pristine snowfalls on pines, fields and hillsides, all in moonlight.

         Hello!  I am Ellen Perantoni, painter of the landscape in oil in a manner inspired by the nineteenth century Hudson River School of art,  and such masters as Albert Bierstadt and Frederick Church.  It is a lesser known fact that Church's most successful painting was not a Hudson Valley scene, but the panoramic "Icebergs".

         My winter scenes here are more intimate,  and their framed sizes range from about 12" by 14" on the wall, to about 20" by 32".  I could frame them differently, or sell them unframed if collectors request. 

         The first panoramic scene is on 12x24" stretched canvas in a wide tarnished gold wood frame that brings its framed size to 21x33" on the wall.   It is entitled "Rising Moon on the Pond."  You can now pruchase it with PayPal for $1685. icnluding FREE SHIPPING wihtin the USA.  To purchase it with PayPal click on this link to go to PayPal checkout:
Due to features of this Blogspot site  you do not see the PayPal button but this link does the same thing.  On the PayaPal page fill in your e-mail address and PayPal password. 

      If you don't have a PayPal account and would like to open one, go to  or e-mail me with questions at
      I also accept checks and money orders on USA-based banks.  If you are not delighted with any painting you purchase from me from an internet photo you can return it within 30 days for a refund. 

     The second painting from the top,in the oval frame, has been sold to a collector.   My winter scenes generally sell fast, especially as winter approaches.  It is now August 2, 2015 and at this time the other snow scenes in this post are still available.

         The third painting from the top, the square one, is entitled "Snow on the Path" and is on a hand stretched 9x9" canvas.  In its wide gold wood frame it is about 16x16" on the wall.    It is priced $495. including FREE shipping within the USA.  To purchase it with PayPal click on this link:

       The fourth painting from the top is on a 5x7" stretched canvas in a heavy hardwood frame that brings the painting to about 11-1/2 x 13-1/3" on the wall.   It is entitled "Stillness in Winter" and is priced $260.00 including FREE shipping within the USA.  To purchase this work click on this PayPal link to go to PayPal checkout:

      The fifth painting (which would look great displayed with the5x7" painting just above) is entitled
"Woodland Snow Study".  It is on a 5x7" stretched canvas in a heavy hardwood frame which brings it to about 11-1/2 x13-1/2 inches on the wall.   It is priced $260. including FREE shipping within the USA.  This is the PayPal link to purchase this painting:
   If you purchase a painting from an Internet digital photo and are less than delighted with it,  you can return it for a refund within 30 days.  Most people think my work looks better in actuality,  as the depth and detail are more visible when you are looking at the painting rather than a photo. 

       I have many references from satisfied collelctors who have bought  my work form the Internet.  I will pleased to answer any questions.  This blog goes back to 2007 and consists of many ofter posts and art images.   I am adding PayPal links to the available painting posts one by one;  if you see a painting that does nto have a link yet let me know and I will add one. 

       To view earlier posts, and paintings of other seasons,  click on "Older Posts" at the bottom of this web page.

       I can be reached at  and more paintings can be seen on

       Have a great week! I would love to hear from you.

           Best, Ellen