Quarantine Views and more art by Margret Leveson

Quarantine Views, 2020
24 x 18 inch (h x w)
USD 900
Oil on Wood
for sale

The painting “QUARANTINE VIEWS” was the first of a series of paintings that I have executed since the start of the pandemic when I sequestered in my Brooklyn residence. The view in the painting is from my studio window, a window I share with my cat. She has been teaching me a new perspective on life. She waits patiently for a pigeon to land on the window sill. I too wait. I watch the budding tree, the neighbors appearing on the fire escapes opposite, any sign of the return of life. My plein air paintings grab hold of life even as they become more introspective.
In summary, lines written by Mary Wordsworth that her husband incorporated into his poem “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud.”
"…They flash upon the inward eye
Which is the bliss of solitude;…”

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