“I love oil paint because of its durability and the richness it brings to the canvas. I also believe that most people with an appreciation for art respect an artist’s use of this classic medium.” – Michael Flohr
After a day spent absorbing the sights and sounds of Lake Tahoe, locals and tourists can drop by the Marcus Ashley Gallery for a fulfilling experience. The patrons of the gallery welcome visitors from all walks of life to enjoy the collections on display. Interested buyers can browse through the riveting Michael Flohr art at leisure.
The artist paints When in Rome with gusto as seen through the fluid, irregular lines and layered smears. Flohr takes us down a quiet path to Trevi Fountain, the largest and most iconic Baroque landmark in Rome. Locals and tourists huddle under umbrellas while the light of a corner café illuminates the cobble-stoned path.
Flohr uses streaks of ruby red, burnt orange, canary yellow, and lapis blue across the canvas. These deep and light tones coalesce to create identifiable shapes of buildings and pedestrians. The artist’s quintessential earthy tones and distinct broad strokes help reanimate the scene beautifully. When in Rome will make the perfect souvenir for avid travelers.
When in Rome
|Dimensions||24 × 40 in|
Print that is signed, numbered and hand embellished
|Shipping and Framing||
This will come to you either unframed and tubed with complimentary Continental U.S. shipping – use code ARTFREESHIP – or you can add a custom frame with us.