Les Deux Rives, 120X250cm, 2018
Les Deux Rives, 120X250cm, 2018

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Ophelia, 60X80cm, 2017
Ophelia, 60X80cm, 2017

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On the Bridge, 40X50cm, 2018
On the Bridge, 40X50cm, 2018

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Les Deux Rives, 120X250cm, 2018
Les Deux Rives, 120X250cm, 2018

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Paradise Lost #2, 40X60cm, 2018
Route de la Verrerie, 120X100cm, 2018.
Les Deux Rives, 120X250cm, 2018
On the Bridge, 40X50cm, 2018
Jacobs Ladder, 100X80cm, 2018
Souffle, 100X200cm, 2014
Ophelia, 60X80cm, 2017
La Source, 70X50cm, 2018
How Did the River Get So Wide, 130X160cm
Hommage to William Kurelek, 120X100cm, 2
St. Michel_s Lake, 80X60cm, 2018
Sentinelle, 80X40cm, 2017
Dreams That Float Away, 60X50cm, 2018
Paradise Lost, 50X60cm, 2018
Buisson Ardent, 50X70cm, 2016
Buisson Ardent # 2_, 50X150cm, 2016
Liamoné, 60X40cm, 2018
Ophelia #2, 60X50cm, 2018

Roger dale

Roger Dale, born September 13, 1950 in Liverpool, is a Canadian and English landscape painter, currently living and working in Strasbourg, Alsace. He has also been a professor at the Rhine University of the Arts since the early 1980s.

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His work is essentially landscape, exclusively from nature. Roger Dale has a particular interest in reality and the way we look at it, as well as the balance of order and chaos: how order is grafted onto chaos. Despite the apparent hyperrealism of his paintings, they lack detail and are extremely gestural and dynamic. Roger Dale more or less ignores the "rules" to work in a very intuitive way. Seeking to deepen something, he is not afraid to repeat himself. On many of his landscapes, Roger Dale focuses on a point and draws what he sees, without looking elsewhere than the central point he has chosen. This is why, on his canvases generally the middle is sharp and the edges are blurred.

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Since 1979, Roger Dale has exhibited all over the world, especially in Europe and the United States, but also in Egypt. He is also involved in various artistic establishments, in France, Germany, England, Canada and Egypt.