Color Palettes: David William Mueller (b. 1963)

by Matthew Innis |

  Contemporary realist, David William Mueller, creates paintings which evoke a sense of antiquity, with landscapes and figural work offering a synthesis of the best aspects of late 19th and early 20th century art.  They evince the melancholia and romance of the late Pre-Raphaelites; the tonal control, quiet interiors, and Japonisme exhibited by the Boston…

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