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Product description: When we think of autumn the first thing that comes to mind is color. Later on after a long, cold wintertime, there’s nothing like the freshness of spring and summer flowers. And as spring approaches and the days grow longer the anticipation for the warm sunny days, the rebirth of bulbs bursting from the soil and the longing for all the brilliance, color and abundance that summertime will bring. We want to savor every moment, as we should, but let us not forget that after the glory of spring and summer begins to fade nature has a second act. The fabulous, rich, vibrant and radiant fall colors, get their turn to shine, whirling about decorating our streets and rooftops like seasonal confetti.
 
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Autumn Splendor

Fine Art Prints by Hargrove

  • Shipping: Shipping Included only within the Continental U.S. Outside U.S. Extra Charge
  • Product ID#: 208986
  • Dimensions: 24" width x20" height x2" depth
  • Weight: 8
  • Materials: Oil, Canvas, Other Materials
  • Colors: Green, Orange, Red, Yellow

Artwork Description: When we think of autumn the first thing that comes to mind is color. Later on after a long, cold wintertime, there’s nothing like the freshness of spring and summer flowers. And as spring approaches and the days grow longer the anticipation for the warm sunny days, the rebirth of bulbs bursting from the soil and the longing for all the brilliance, color and abundance that summertime will bring. We want to savor every moment, as we should, but let us not forget that after the glory of spring and summer begins to fade nature has a second act. The fabulous, rich, vibrant and radiant fall colors, get their turn to shine, whirling about decorating our streets and rooftops like seasonal confetti.

The Story of H. Hargrove- It began with a gift of colored pencils. One of Americas most popular living artists, H. Hargrove was born Nicolo Sturiano in Marsala, Italy, in 1941. The gift of a box of colored pencils on his tenth birthday sparked his interest in art, but the pressures of economic practicality led him to pursue a degree in wine chemistry. In 1964, the young Italian immigrated to America and soon accepted a position with a winery in upstate New York. Art, however, has been never far from Nicolos personal agenda,...read more