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Sunday Morning, Charleston
Sunday Morning, Charleston (sold)
oil on canvas 36 X 24
Rural Reflection (sold)
oil on panel 24 X 36
Gaudi's Devotion (sold)
o/panel 20"X 30"
Different Agendas
Different Agenda (sold)
oil on panel 42 X 28
K Street Revolving Door
K Street Revolving Door (sold)
oil on panel 36 X 24
Glass House o/p 24 X 18 (sold)
Glass House (sold)
oil on panel 24 X 18
20th & Penn. o/p 24 X 18 (sold)
20th & Penn. (sold)
oil on panel 24 X 18
View From Dali's House o/c 20 X 30 (sold)
View From Dali's House (sold)
oil on canvas 20 X 30
Barcelona Gem o/p 18 X 24 (sold)
Barcelona Gem (sold)
oil on panel 18 X 24
Gothic Afternoon
Gothic Afternoon (sold)
oil on canvas 20 X 30
Art Ed
Art Ed (sold)
oil on panel 20 X 30
Urban Evolution II
Urban Evolution II (sold)
oil on panel 28 X 40
Vienna Abstraction
Vienna Abstraction (sold)
oil on panel 30 X 20
D.C. Changes
D.C. Changes (sold)
oil on panel 24 X 36
Asheville Generations
Asheville Generations (sold)
oil on panel 30 X 20
Dawn
Dawn (sold)
oil on panel 36 X 24
The Bishop's Garden
The Bishop's Garden (sold)
oil on canvas 24 X 36
Deco Reflections
Deco Reflections (sold)
oil on canvas 30 X 20
The Johns
The Johns (sold)
oil on canvas 24 X 36
Hindsight
Hindsight (sold)
oil on canvas 32 X 48
Urban Evolution
Urban Evolution (sold)
oil on linen 16 X 24
Juxtaposition
Juxtaposition (sold)
oil on canvas 36 X 24
Vertigo
Vertigo (sold)
oil on canvas 30 X 12
East From The East Wing
East From The East Wing (sold)
oil on canvas 60 X 40
Early To Work, Bilbao (sold)
oil on panel 36 X 24

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Steinem's Architectural scenes are set in a host of locations, including Montreal, Boston, Manhattan, and Washington D.C. His soaring Cityscapes and historically significant buildings are usually composed on site, with reference sketches and photos. While composing a painting people on the street have often approached him, to gaze at the scene he's composing and remark that they have never noticed those elements before. That's the magic of his architectural pieces, finding the juxtaposition of old and new within the sweeping, sometimes surreal, lines of urban landscapes. Steinem accepts commissioned work on architectural pieces, with prices based on the complexity of the subject and the canvas size. Please contact the artist for details.

* Limited edition giclees prints are also available for many of the paintings.



Robert Steinem
Pebble Hill Studio • 413-624-3709 (Mass.) • 202-237-7344 (Wash. D.C.) • Email