David Fedeli


Caring for Oil Paintings

How to Care for your Oil Paintings Caring for Oil Paintings will ensure their longevity. Preventative measures can, and should be taken when owning an oil painting. If properly cared for, oil paintings can last for centuries. Oils are one of the most sensitive means of artistic media, and damages are common. Handling of the artwork, …

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Fisherman’s Wife (2019)

Fisherman’s Wife (2019) 40″ x 30″ ~ Oil on Canvas Fisherman’s Wife is a 40″x30″ oil on canvas. The original Fisherman’s Wife is one of my top-3 favorite pieces I have created. It was a very labor-intensive piece, but the end result was well worth the effort. Even though I always saw room for improvement, it perfectly captured the mood …

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Autumn Barn

After nearly a year away from the Easel, I am so excited to be back at work. Feeling a bit rusty, I have begun by working on the barn wood again. Getting back into it again has given me a fresh perspective and I reworked all of the wood a bit to add some faint dark tones to add depth.


Neo-romanticism is a broad movement crossing artistic boundaries that gave more importance to the representation of internal feelings. It started as a reaction to naturalism in the 19th century and harked back to the Romantic era, but it has since become a reaction to modernism and post-modernism. Neo-romanticism began in Britain around 1880, but later …

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ShowPanels™ Trade Show Walls: DIY Builder Plans! – What you will Build

What you will Build. A 10’x10′ Indoor/Outdoor Display, which consists of; Nine  38.5″wide panels. • Three panels form a 115.5″ wide wall. Fits inside a 10’x10′ canopy. • Wall panels are 80″ high, with a 70″ tall hanging area. • The frame & legs are galvanized steel, with levelers for use on uneven surfaces. • Hanging surfaces are wrapped with a Polyester Stain resistant carpet*. Three Overhead Support bars • Made of …

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