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Original art for sale at UGallery.com | Brothers Wolf by Jan Fontecchio Perley | $725 | oil painting | 11' h x 14' w | ..\art\oil-painting-Brothers-Wolf

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Brothers Wolf

Jan Fontecchio Perley
Ugallery 5345194555 UGallery

Oil painting on Stretched canvas New

Finished white edges

Varnished and Ready to hang

One-of-a-kind

Signed on front

2021

11" h x 14" w x .4" d |0 lbs. 13 oz.

In stock $725

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Artist Jan Fontecchio Perley painted these two wolves from a photograph she captured in the wild. "They have the same parents," explains Jan. "The young pup was eager to strengthen his pack connection with the young adult male. This moment in the water beautifully illuminated the affection between them."

Jan Fontecchio Perley

Moscow, Idaho

Jan’s lifelong passion for animals and art have collided in the images she paints. Her Western subject matter is executed with an impressionistic realism, generally using a limited color palette. Jan captures the essence of her subjects in the details, whether it be the playful visage of a cow or the delicate feathers of a colorful bird. Her paintings embody a genuinely jovial exuberance. Often working on two pieces simultaneously, Jan paints from a small studio in her home in Idaho, where she also enjoys spending time with her teenage children.

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J Fowler purchased this artwork. style="color: #000000;"1/27/2021 | 9:12 AM

I try to take a moment each day to study this piece. I love the mood, the colors, the beauty of the landscape and capturing of American life through the lens of the working rancher in the rugged west. There are many brushstrokes and uses of color playing between the light and shadows that fascinate me.

  • I try to take a moment each day to study this piece. I love the mood, the colors, the beauty of the landscape and capturing of American life through the lens of the working rancher in the rugged west. There are many brushstrokes and uses of color playing between the light and shadows that fascinate me.

    - J Fowler

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