Giclee Prints of a Thomas Adkins Kent Barn Scene Available

Gregory James Gallery: Thomas Adkins giclee prints

Plein air painter Thomas Adkins, considered one of the finest landscape artists in the Northeast, is known for masterfully recording the moods and mystique of New England farms and barns in all seasons. His oil-on-linen painting “Barnyard Crows Kent Hollow Road” is a perfect example. A classic barn, its roofs capped by snow, sits by…

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New Batch of Jim Laurino Landscapes at Gregory James Gallery

Jim Laurino paintings at Gregory James Gallery

  Litchfield landscape painter Jim Laurino recently dropped off four new paintings, adding to the collection of his canvases available to collectors at Gregory James Gallery. Three of the new works are rural northwestern Connecticut scenes and the third is a pretty scene near the famous Marginal Way in Ogunquit, Maine. “Spaulding Brook Sawmill” depicts…

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New Paintings by Jim Laurino Arrive at Gregory James Gallery

Litchfield artist Jim Laurino recently dropped off several new paintings at Gregory James Gallery, bringing  to 13 the number of the artist’s works available to collectors. Laurino, who paints both in the studio and en plein air, favors a bold style for his evocative landscape paintings that appear faithfully representational at a distance and more…

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Gregory James Gallery Showing Landscapes by Ira Barkoff

Forest Series Glowing by Ira Barkoff

Gregory James Gallery is now showing a small suite of Litchfield artist Ira Barkoff’s paintings of landscapes that are more imagined than actual. The artist’s bold paintings, which seize viewers’ attention, reflect a heightened aesthetic as Barkoff favors an intuitive response to the power of place, time, and conditions over fidelity to a specific scene.…

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Jim Laurino’s Anglophile Commission Via Gregory James Gallery

Jim Laurino commission, Cornwall, England

  A collector reached out to Gregory James Gallery owner Greg Mullen this spring with a request for a commission that had a twist. “One of my favorite artists is Walter Schofield (deceased) and Jim Laurino’s work is in some ways similar, and in some ways unique,” the collector wrote in inquiring if Laurino, who…

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Robert Ferrucci Abstract Paintings Arrive at Gregory James Gallery

Robert Ferrucci is best known for his contemporary American folk art paintings that pay homage to the rural landscape and its iconic structures, but as his work has embraced a stronger palette, richer colors and bolder shapes and forms, the Putnam County, N.Y., artist has also turned to abstraction. “The new work can best be…

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New at Gregory James Gallery: Neufeld Linocuts of Ontario

Gregory James Gallery now has original Woldemar Neufeld linocuts of Waterloo, Ontario, available to collectors. See the Ontario Linocuts on the Neufeld Page “Neufeld (1909–2002) emigrated with his Mennonite parents from Ukraine to Canada in 1924. By the late 1920s, he had begun his lifelong project as documentarist, responding especially to the built environment, whether close to…

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The Allure of Autumn Landscapes

Autumn officially arrived this week—the season of harvest celebrations, shorter days ennobled by golden light and flushed sunsets, and artwork celebrating the colorful landscapes that tug at our emotions and inspire deep reflection as winter approaches. Poets have written odes to autumn throughout the ages, and Robert Louis Stevenson concludes his brief poem Autumn Fires…

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