Thiebaud’s work has always acknowledged roots form the art history of the West and the East, and the cityscapes developed from his practice of plein-air painting and sketching, and from combining various formats to result in new compositions. The cityscapes, executed in oil on canvas, and later acrylics, push artistic limits with a greatly exaggerated perspective that emphasizes the verticality of compositions and confront the viewer with an uncomfortable feeling of vertigo.

Interview by Charles Strong
Charles M. Lovell, Director
The Harwood Museum of Art
10.5 x 12 inches with 42 pages
19 full color images

Cover Image: City Streets & Pathways 1996 oil on canvas 60 X 48 inches
Purchase from the Harwood Museum of Art (505) 758-9826 – $20.00