Art in New York - Spring Rain painting

Paintings and stained glass in 1964, New York city, show mutual influences. The fragmentation and multiple views of leaded glass panels opens in paintings. Brush strokes and intimate subjects flow into glass.

This oil painting on linen canvas is 7" wide x 88" tall, a vertical downfall of images of spring weather. From top to bottom: day expressionist and pop art tree seeds, night Chagall moon clock, overcast, sky blue budding, snowflakes blown amid melting, yellow daffodils, rain fence tipping, cat on dog observing, grass studded with violet flowers coming up. To see these details, scroll up and down a medium size or much larger version of the painting.

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