Carl Lawless Items

Carl Lawless

An exceptional artist, Carl Lawless understood how to use the balance of light in his eloquent compositions.  Almost always square in format, his paintings correspond with American impressionist style with leanings towards subtle abstraction and exploration of form within a composition.  HL CHALFANT is pleased to represent several examples of his work at the 2011 Delaware Antiques Show.

This impressive landscape entitled, "The White Mantle" by Carl Lawless demonstrates several of the most desirable aspects of his painting.  Depth in composition balances nicely with dashes of rich color and daples of light to make this beautiful landscape sing. It is framed in an original Newcomb Macklin frame which adds further importance to the presentation of this composition...

A beautiful and bright winter landscape, this composition embodies many of the characteristics of Lawless' exceptional understanding of light and sky. This charming painting still has it's original Newcomb Macklin carved frame.

Carl Lawless a distinctive landscape painter with unique perspective and beautiful execution.  Almost exclusively painting in a square format, Lawless added depth, color and an subtle modernist flair to his impressionist landscapes.  This winter landscape displaying several birches bathed in snow demonstrates the considerable depth Lawless could apply to his winter landscapes. ...

Carl Lawless a distinctive landscape painter with unique perspective and beautiful execution.  Almost exclusively painting in a square format, Lawless added depth, color and an subtle modernist flair to his impressionist landscapes.  This winter landscape richly displays Lawless' love of the American landscape and the touches of leaves dance the eye around the composition. ...

A large an engaging winter landscape by Carl Lawless. A somewhat transitional painting, Lawless merges an impresionist style with abstract compositional structure. It creates a painting that carries your eye from foreground to background and right to left.