Battersea Power Station, London
|Image:||910 x 450mm|
|Frame:||1275 x 815mm|
In this stunning original painting of Battersea Power Station London, Simon Wright employs one of the canonical painting modes of the Renaissance, “sfumato”, derived from the Italian word fumo, meaning “smoke”. It’s a technique of oil painting where colours or tones are blended in such a subtle manner that they melt into one another without perceptible transitions, lines or edges. Simon’s muted palette of delicate colours perfectly captures the Grosvenor Bridge and Battersea Power Station with it’s iconic four chimneys.