Gregory Allen Page Brings Back A Contemporary Appreciation For Impressionism
The artist finds the romanticism of a scene or subject and marries it with an authentic profundity of life.
When most people think of impressionism, the 19th-century masters like Monet, Manet and Renoir immediately pop into their minds. Since that era, there has been quite a paucity of conspicuous impressionism.
Fortunately, however, we have seen a robust revival of this beautiful art form in recent years — led by academically trained artists (in the medium) such as Gregory Allen Page.
In his work, Page offers a unique interpretation of varied scenes and moments of life, both human and natural. Yet where Page differs from most impressionists is in the movement realism and powerful tension that he successfully conveys through his paintings. With his bold, bright colors and rich brushwork, he manages to find the romanticism of a scene or subject and marries it with an authentic profundity of life.
In doing so, Page has carved his own lane within impressionism and has merited credibility from collectors and international galleries — including the Bill Wyland art galleries. For a deeper look into Page’s collection, check out gregoryallenpage.com.