Randall Lake
Hundertwasser Cabinet

oil on canvas
28h x 25w in
71.12h x 63.50w cm

St. John

oil and gold leaf on board
15h x 12w in
38.10h x 30.48w cm

Thistles in a Sevres Vase

oil on canvas
15h x 15w in
38.10h x 38.10w cm

The Artist's Studio

oil on canvas
48 x 42 in
(121.92h x 106.68w cm)

Petersen House

oil on canvas
17.5 x 22.5 in
(44.45h x 57.15w cm)

Petersen House, Spring City

oil on canvas
9 x 12 in
(22.86h x 30.48w cm)

View From My Apartment

oil on canvas
23 x 23 in
(58.42h x 58.42w cm)


Randall Lake b. 1947, California

Randall Lake studied at the Sorbonne in 1968. When riots closed the school he continued to study on the left-bank with Claude Schurr at the Academie Julian. He completed his English degree Cum Laude at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Then in 1972, he studied with Gustave Singier at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts. Later, while teaching American English in Paris, he studied printmaking with S.W. Hayter at the Atelier 17.

Randall Lake is a 21st century painter drawn to 19th century’s realism. He states, “My paintings are painted from life, I dislike working from photographs because the photographic image is so static and unchanging that one ends up copying the material rather than interpreting. There is nothing like painting on location for that chemistry bred of urgency, of wanting to get it right, of struggling to capture the momentary, and of having to discern what is essential and what is not.”

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