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    Lake Moraine

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    The lace of snow on the mountain and trees in a typical scenery of Lake Moraine is best represented by the brushstroke of oil painting.  Contrasting to the lake surface, I intended to let audiences "touch the snow" and experience it in the distant background.

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    Name of Artist: Ellen Lee
    Width (inches): 19.7
    Height (inches): 23.6
    Media: Oil
    Country: Hong Kong
    Painting Style: Representational: Landscape / Nature
    Social Media Connect @: somejudy@gmail.com


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