The Gallery: Mark LaRiviere

The Gallery: Mark LaRiviere

amy chase
Mar 1, 2007


Cityscape with Bridge 1 - 9 x 12, Oil on panel, 2005
Introducing Mark LaRiviere I could let my eyes rest on these paintings for a long time. They are so peaceful and suffused with light. And there is a peaceful balance between the natural landscape and the human intrusions of buildings and roads...


Corner of House – 9 x 12, Gouache, 2005
These gouache studies float on the paper, with a deep border (so the dimensions denote the size of the paper, which is larger than the image).


Taconic Parkway, Gouache 1 - 12 x 16, 2005


House and Trees - 9 x 12, Gouache, 2005
In the artist's words, "My work derives from my love of painting, a love of light, form, and nature; a love of the silvery light of the Venetians, Veronese and Titian, and of the French masters, Delacroix, Renoir and Cézanne."


Rhode Island 2 - 6 x 9, Gouache, 2003


Roofs, Study - 9 x 12, Gouache, 2005
His abiding interests in light and form are present in his earlier abstract works as well. This one below is from a series, all suggesting figures in groupings, in relationships. To see more of these, click here.

br> Blue & White - 35 x 45, Oil on Linen, 1999
Thank you Mark! Inquiries? Please contact the artist directly via email.
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