Tim Klunder

"I am a landscape painter whose images usually contain a combination of man-made and natural motifs, with rural and/or agricultural subjects comprising a significant portion of my output. My paintings are predominantly executed on hardboard panels in a wide variety of sizes. Acrylic is my medium of choice. My work is representational and is influenced by such seventeenth-century Dutch artists as Jacob van Ruisdael and Philips Koninck and well as the nineteenth-century English painters John Constable and J.M.W. Turner. The artists of the French Barbizon School are also an important underpinning. James Butler, James Winn, Keith Jacobshagen, and Wolf Kahn are just some of my contemporary influences."

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Tim  Klunder Barn_ Southeastern Nebraska
Barn, Southeastern Nebraska
Acrylic on wood
8 x 19.6 in
Tim  Klunder 27th St. Elevator_ Lincoln_ NE
27th St. Elevator, Lincoln, NE
Acrylic on wood
17 x 17 3/4 in
Tim  Klunder Havelock Elevator at Dusk_ Looking West
Havelock Elevator at Dusk, Looking West
Acrylic on paper
16 1/2 x 29 3/4 in
Tim  Klunder Late Afternoon Brush Fire
Late Afternoon Brush Fire
Acrylic on paper
6 1/4 x 23 3/4 in
Tim  Klunder Red Barn _2
Red Barn #2
Acrylic on paper
13 x 14 in
Tim  Klunder Two Fires
Two Fires
Acrylic on paper
5 3/4 x 18 in
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