Impressionism might seem outdated, but for art aficionados and connoisseurs, few artistic expressions seem to have the compelling, almost visceral effect that impressionism does. This form of art has been fading away in recent times.
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.
With his bold, bright colors and rich brushwork, he manages to find the romanticism of a scene or subject and marry it with authentic profundity of life. In turn, Page’s objective it not to capture what looks like a photograph, but instead, a real-life depiction that possesses the actual energy of the subject, through painting. As a modern impressionist, he achieves continuity between art and nature, with injections of movement realism. In doing this, Page’s art has merited reviews ripe with praise
As a passionate student of the human condition who draws inspiration from the world around him, much like the late impressionist masters of the nineteenth century did, Gregory Allen Page has established himself as a critically acclaimed artist who challenges the current status quo of contemporary art.
With every stroke of his brush, the timeless thread that unites masterful creative minds of all periods is expressed onto the canvas, liberating Gregory and allowing him to manifest his own vision of each subject he chooses to paint, granting a poetic sense of permanence to moments that would´ve otherwise been washed off the annals of history.
The desire to connect with art aficionados around the globe prompted Gregory to launch his own digital gallery and online art marketplace, which enables the acquisition of original works by connoisseurs in different corners of the earth.
Thanks to an extensive scientific understanding of light and color, Page’s process while painting is not just attributed to following feeling and energy. Instead, he is able to use this knowledge to create an enhanced sense of authenticity and energy in his subjects by focusing on the movement in life. This practice is evident in all of his collection. Despite a great number of paintings in his collection, there is no reduction in quality.
While many of the late Impressionists often painted landscapes and static scenes, in Page’s work, he utilizes the technique and style of the historic art period and furthermore amplifies it by capturing exuberant scenes of life, charging each one with vigor and dynamism. But it isn’t in his subjects alone that he infuses a sense of movement realism. In his rich and tangible brushwork, Page generates raw energy, in the movement he creates on a canvas.
Through each individual body of work, Gregory Allen Page compels the viewer to imagine an alternative reality, getting lost inside a palette that makes one reminisce of a simpler, more authentic time.