Dean Larson


Swimmers On The Rocks Theater Crowd
Autumn In The City Rain In The Mission Quiet Cafe The Seine At Night Glow Of The City
Afternoon Cafe (Roma) Trees and Snow, Yosemite Three Children At The Beach Reflections On The Seine
Duomo, Night Castro Ascending The Kiss By The River Early Morning Rain Duet, Rehearsal Blue Mornign Rain
Rocks and Surf, Lands End Sentinel Building Saturday Night Dean Larson
Down To The Bay Vases The Apartment Down By The River
Children Swimming Snoqualmie Falls Beach, Puerto Rico Edge Of Emerald Bay
At The Water's Edge El Maestro Boats and Harbor (Itay) Two Musicians Strong Light, California Coast
Uploading The Boat Cold Waters  (Kings River, Kings Canyon National Park, CA) Northbound on Dolores Street Lands End and Sea Cliff Waterfalls, Rocks, Yosemite
Peonies Dean Larson Dean Larson Farmhouse, Mantiguana
Dance Rehearsal III The Sculpture Lesson The Dance Lesson Waterfall, Yosemite Foggy Day

Dean Larson(b. 1957) is a resident of San Francisco with roots on the East Coast, where he has long been associated with the resurgence of the American Realist Movement. He has written books, been extensively featured in numerous art periodicals, and has shown in museums and galleries across the U. S. His solo exhibitions with us have been highly successful. In addition, he participates in all of the gallery's prestigious group and theme shows.

Dean Larson has traveled the world, and is an adventurous artist who thrives on diversity. He enjoys stretching his limits and employing his unique talents to a variety of subjects. He is equally adept with still life, floral, interior, and figurative painting as well as scenes from Europe, the east coast and San Francisco. His brushwork is loose and expressive, giving his figures, objects, and scenes a sense of spontaneity and energy similar to jazz music. Larson's palette is equally exciting, employing intense warm colors complimented by striking greens and blues, which he exaggerates to wonderful effect.

Dean Larson's commissioned portraits and paintings can be found in churches, universities, museums, courthouses and corporate collections. Twice he has won the coveted John and Anna Lee Stacey National Award for oil painting.

Prices for Larson's works range from $1,500 to $22,000 depending on size and complexity.