Pines Of Rome

54" x 48"
oil on Canvas
Experience the transcendent beauty of 'Pines of Rome,' a mesmerizing oil painting by Paula Arciniega from her Abstract Expressionism collection. Inspired by Ottorino Respighi's symphonic poem of the same name, this masterpiece captures the essence of Rome's iconic pine trees across different times of day. As you gaze upon the canvas, immerse yourself in the rich history and cyclical connection of time represented by the tree trunks' bark and rings. Let Paula's evocative brushstrokes transport you to the heart of Rome's vibrant cultural tapestry, where each pine bears witness to the city's profound legacy of philosophy, music, and art. Discover the timeless allure of 'Pines of Rome' as it unfolds on canvas, inviting you to explore the depths of its captivating narrative.
The Rite of Spring  by  Stravinsky
With Permission:  2013 Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Recorded live in Roy Thompson Hall, December 4 & 6, 2008
Listen to the TSO's full 2013 performance of Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring: