Mount Olympos.jpg
35x24   (all in inches)
Oil on Canvas
1000$

Hello and welcome to Art by  George
  Anthony George,
Painter of all types.
This is a small sampling of my paintings.
I also do Calligraphy, paint signs, faux finishes, trompe l'oeil, portraits of people, pets and houses, as well as refurbish furniture.

My preference and specialty is murals--wouldn't a mural look Great on that wall!
And make your space unique.
In addition, I make sculpture and statues for gardens using ceramics, stone, metal or whatever.
Winter.jpg
30x24  Oil on Canvas
500$

Snow as far as you can see.
Airial views sic, are the best. I've flown a lot, and even climbed Mt. Olympos.  I usually paint in a Modern, Colorist, Painterly fashion, but if you have a favorite photo you'd like "blown up," I can do realism, too.
As a professor of Art History, I do know styles and can paint in almost any.  
Japanese City.jpg
22x17
450$

Height gives us  perspective on our relationship with Nature and reality, or at least what's left of it....

 
Light Into the Dark.jpg
30x24 Oil on Canvas
500$

This is actually my very first oil painting from many years ago.  It's funny how some subjects stick with you.
French Village.jpg
25x21 3/4  Oil on panel
500$

Somehow, I was able to work, study and paint in Greece and Paris for four years (hand-to-mouth, truth be told), largely for historical and artistic perspective.  This shows a curvy old road and a newer straight road, right before landing....  Landscape can tell a story about one's life.
 
South Carolina Coastal.jpg
30x24 Oil on canvas
450$

Always the window seat.
Sorry about the glare.  It hides two tiny speed-boats and their wakes; the surface is too shiny.
Dive In!.jpg  or Splash!
34x22  Oil on canvas
1000$

This is the first time I threw and poured paint.  It is so spontaneous and alive.  I have done a lot of it ever since.
Spring Trellis.jpg
36x24  Oil on Canvas
800$

My two favorite parks in all the world are in Charleston, with so many Azalea, statues, and those Cypress with Spanish moss, reflected in ponds and the Ashley River, so moody and romantic.  They too have inspired all kinds of work ever since.
Sinuous Spring.jpg
36x36  Oil on Canvas
1200$

This is my favorite size and shape; the spattering shows how Spring is super-fine.
Idyl.jpg  (or Gardyl)
36x24 Oil on Canvas
1200$

This may be a controversial subject for some, but not me.  Nature is good and the most beautiful thing of all is a person, who gives greater meaning to the whole.  It is a genre, anyway, like Botticelli's Venus, and madonnas in gardens.  Also, one of my first paintings was Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, and this is my latest.  We need to get back to the garden, not keep burning and building on it.
Idle Idyl Ideal Idol.jpg
30x30  Oil on canvas
1200$

I also like to mix all my styles, sometimes, and my most favorite kind of spectacle is Ballet, here, in a kind of Nebula.
Flower Jumble.jpg
18x25  Oil on Panel
450

You can do anything with flowers!
Flower Girl.jpg
24x30  Oil on paper
400$

Simple poses are the best.  And I do them in all my favorite colors.
Stained Glass Window with My Saint.jpg
30x24  Oil on Panel
700$

Also love Gothic Cathedrals, both real and romantic.  I just made this one up with my Best Friend as Saint.
Nikki.jpg
29x25  Oil on panel
450$

A fellow English Teacher in Greece, sitting in front of a tapestry.  She was unique.
Cocktail Party.jpg
24x30  Oil on Panel
600$

Light drama.
Love Poem.jpg
13x9 1/2  Oil on panel
150$

I love invention.
Paris Cafe.jpg
24x30  Oil on canvas
NFS  because it's my wife on our honeymoon.
But if you have a favorite photo you'd like made into something.... 
Aesthetics and Painting Poster.jpg
30x24

At long last, I became a Ph. D. and professor of Humanities, including Aesthetics and Painting, and made posters to get students to sign up.  I also make them whenever I have a show, to put up in shop windows.  I have a lot, which I will send you for 100$, if you are a collector.
Spring Arbor.jpg
30x24 Oil on canvas
450$

When I was young, the woods and fields were the only things around, so "Walks in the Woods" are my most common subject, as you will see.  But probably not like you've ever seen, since I am all about finding new ways to look at nature, which seem to be endless like Her.
Spring Wood with Dogwood.jpg
30x24  Oil oncanvas
500$

Treemendous
Stained Forest Light.jpg
24x18  Oil on canvas
350$

Rather like a cathedral rear window.
Backyard Classic.jpg
40x30  Oil on canvas
1200$

When the leaves are all gone but there's no snow, yet, the colors are few but still rich.  I put this statue in the vernal pool behind our house, here frozen, because I think she represents hearth and home in a wild and complex world.
Garden statues add a lot.  Can I sculpt one for you?
Autumn Paths.jpg
30x40  Oil on canvas
1000$

A three-aisled cathedral?
Sketch for a pas de Deux.jpg
30x24  Oil on canvas
1000$

Variations on a scene and style.
Summer Dress.jpg
36x24 Oil on canvas
1000$


A glorious park, a pond, a girl....
Red Lights.jpg
30x24  Oil on Canvas
400$

More abstract but still a walk in the woods.
After Practice.jpg
30x24  Oil on canvas
900$

If I painted Biblical miniatures (or danced).
Golden Autumnal.jpg
30x24  Oil on canvas
600$

One of my first "spatters."
White Mountains.jpg
40x30  Oil on Canvas
1200$

The tallest mountains in the east are not always white.
Greater New England.jpg
30x30  Oil on Canvas
1100$

I used a dozen maps and atlases for this and they were all different.  It gives the character of the region.  I guess even continents -- and Reality change.
MindMap.jpg

This is a poster illustrating my (large) book on Philosophy called,
The Human Endeavor: The Logic of Learning and Liberal Education.  It is about what a full well-rounded education means and how we think about life in the universe.  Everyone should make their own poster about all of their concepts.  Or I can send you a large paper copy of this tenth iteration of mine for 50$.  The book is avalable from Amazon.


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