Monday, September 28, 2015

Vignettes in Oil, of River and Mountains - They Are Going Fast!

Hello friends, collectors, art lovers, all!   This is Ellen Perantoni, painter of the landscape in oil,  with a group of small paintings which I believe can be correctly described as vignettes.  I vignette can be literary or visual,  or even a story, as long as it has the quality of being a brief and tantalizing glimpse of something,  usually something beautiful or something worth enjoying and remembering.

    I recently found a small group of these frames which create the impression of looking at the enclosed painting through a window, which draw you into the scene and lets you repose contentedly there.   These frame styles are  not being made any more, as far as I know,  so I was delighted to get them and found them  happily inspiring.

    Each of the above works,  all of which are about 11x13" or  9x12" as framed,  is priced at $350. including free shipping within the USA.   Singly or as a group,  they work!

    For the convenience and comfort especially of online collectors,  I accept PayPal as well as checks and money orders drawn on USA-based banks.

   **CLICK ON THE PAYPAL LINKS BELOW EACH PAINTING, below, to purchase the painting from your PayPal account and have it shipped to you FREE.

       The links will take you directly to PayPal Checkout, where you will enter your PayPal account information.  You will get all PayPal buyer protection features.
If you are not delighted with the painting when it arrives you can return it to me for a refund within 30 days. 

   to the first painting, "Homage to Brilliance" in the rectangular frame,  painted on rigid artist board:

    the second painting,  "Fall Riverside Cameo" in the cathedral window style frame, painted on rigid artist board:

        This painting has been sold to a collector.. 

   to the third painting,  (this painting is about 9x12' as framed, on the wall)
"First Woods Nativity" the snow scene in the cathedral window style frame, (think Christmas!)  painted on wood, as many nineteenth century Hudson River School paintings were:

    the fourth painting,"Cameo of Hope"the sunset in the cathedral window frame, painted on wood:

      This painting has been sold to a collector.

   to the fifth painting, "Cameo of Grace"   a similar sunset in a cathedral window frame (this is the last frame I have in this wonderful style!  and no idea if I will ever find another one):
 to the sixth painting, "Second Woods Nativity", a night painting with moon and stars, and an overall actual glow in the sky, 

      I have many references from satisfied collectors who have purchased my art from the Net.
If you are not delighted you can return the painting for a refund within 30 days.

     Many people have commented that my art looks much better in actuality than it does on digital photos on the Net,  which do not do justice to  the depth and detail.   You can view more of my art on  

     Please e-mail me any comments or questions at, or call me at 928-554-4778.

     I would love to hear from you!
          Best, Ellen



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