“Fitzgerald’s paintings create an escape to something serene, romantic, and beautiful. These are qualities that man has always searched for and found in nature and his need for them is probably that much greater now.”
Lloyd Fitzgerald, Enigmatic Landscape, 2005,
acrylic on board, 12 in x 16 in,
signed and dated.
Born in 1941 in Newcastle, New Brunswick, Lloyd Fitzgerald’s paintings are acutely inspired by nature and his environment. For Fitzgerald, his garden is all of New Brunswick’s woods and waters. The artist has also received critical acclaim for his gorgeous paintings of various bird species, especially the heron and eagle who fish on the edges of the Grand Lake, Cambridge Narrows and Jemseg River. The artist paints from direct field observations, studying the movements of nature at his doorstep.
Early in the artist’s career with Dominion Gallery, Fitzgerald shared two exhibitions in Switzerland with Henry Moore. The artist is represented in many public and private collections in the United States, the U.K, Ireland, the Netherlands, Germany, and Asia. Lloyd Fitzgerald continues to live and work in New Brunswick.
James Rottman Fine Art carries a significant inventory of historical artworks by Lloyd Fitzgerald. Do not hesitate to contact us with inquiries regarding this artwork or other works by Lloyd Fitzgerald.