Paintings by Daniel Lang
"All my paintings are connected to a specific place, but they are developed in my studio from memory, notes, and my own imagination."
Every year Daniel Lang travels to Florence to do etching at Edi Grafica with a printer he's worked with for a quarter of a century. He spends half the year in Italy, working in his three-story stone house in the hillside town of Montone, and the other half in his New York studio.
He works principally in oil on linen canvas or paper and also makes several pencil drawings as studies for his larger works. His paintings and etchings invoke a sense of the romantic solitude in everyday places and events, inspired by the natural Italian landscape and the architectural landscape of New York.
Daniel is on the faculty at the University of Tulsa.