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‘Melbourne Through the Mist’ (Triptych) by Eva Horvath

‘Melbourne Through the Mist’ is a set of three original oil paintings on stretched linen.

The panoramic scene depicts a birdseye view of the city at a dramatic moment as storm clouds and fog shrouded the landscape below.

The inspiration for the Melbourne triptych came during a late afternoon visit to Eureka Tower’s Sky Deck when dense clouds suddenly swept over the city and fog engulfed the buildings below. Within moments the landscape had transformed completely and developed a sense of mystery as only some of the major landmarks remained visible through the mist.

It is that rapid yet transient transformation of a familiar cityscape that has been captured here.

The triptych of paintings is an interpretation of a dramatic day in the life of ‘Greater Melbourne’ as experienced from a special vantage point.

SIZE: The artwork is made up of three adjoining but self-contained panels that have been designed to hang together as one continuous panorama measuring 270cm (W) x 150cm (H), or may be displayed separately as individual pieces if required. They work both ways.

  • NB. Each of the three panels is 90cm wide x 150cm high, adding up to 270cm (W) x 150cm (H) when joined together.

An outer frame is not required as the painted area continues around the sides of each panel

MEDIUM: Oil paint, charcoal and pastels applied to a stretched linen base.

Please contact [email protected] for more information.

Finalist in the 2022 Art Lovers Australia Prize.

Melbourne Through the Mist (Triptych)

Eva Horvath

AUD$16,950
Size: 270w x 150h x 2.5d cms
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‘Melbourne Through the Mist’ (Triptych) by Eva Horvath

‘Melbourne Through the Mist’ is a set of three original oil paintings on stretched linen.

The panoramic scene depicts a birdseye view of the city at a dramatic moment as storm clouds and fog shrouded the landscape below.

The inspiration for the Melbourne triptych came during a late afternoon visit to Eureka Tower’s Sky Deck when dense clouds suddenly swept over the city and fog engulfed the buildings below. Within moments the landscape had transformed completely and developed a sense of mystery as only some of the major landmarks remained visible through the mist.

It is that rapid yet transient transformation of a familiar cityscape that has been captured here.

The triptych of paintings is an interpretation of a dramatic day in the life of ‘Greater Melbourne’ as experienced from a special vantage point.

SIZE: The artwork is made up of three adjoining but self-contained panels that have been designed to hang together as one continuous panorama measuring 270cm (W) x 150cm (H), or may be displayed separately as individual pieces if required. They work both ways.

  • NB. Each of the three panels is 90cm wide x 150cm high, adding up to 270cm (W) x 150cm (H) when joined together.

An outer frame is not required as the painted area continues around the sides of each panel

MEDIUM: Oil paint, charcoal and pastels applied to a stretched linen base.

Please contact [email protected] for more information.

Finalist in the 2022 Art Lovers Australia Prize.

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