Harold Braul

Artwork

CCTV Series 186392, 2019

Harold Braul

CCTV Series 186392, 2019

Oil on Canvas

72 x 24 in (182.88 x 60.96 cm)

$3,300

Peloton Series 183512

Harold Braul

Peloton Series 183512

Oil on Canvas

16 x 12 in (40.64 x 30.48 cm)

$700

Woman's Shoes 185349, 2019

Harold Braul

Woman's Shoes 185349, 2019

Acrylic on Board

36 x 18 in (91.44 x 45.72 cm)

$1,500

Commuter Series - Untitled 182775, 2019

Harold Braul

Commuter Series - Untitled 182775, 2019

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40 in (76.20 x 101.60 cm)

$2,300

Peloton Series 186215, 2019

Harold Braul

Peloton Series 186215, 2019

Oil on Canvas

24 x 60 in (60.96 x 152.40 cm)

$2,780

Women's Shoes 185350, 2019

Harold Braul

Women's Shoes 185350, 2019

Acrylic on Board

36 x 18 in (91.44 x 45.72 cm)

$1,500

Commuter Series - Urban LS 185392, 2019

Harold Braul

Commuter Series - Urban LS 185392, 2019

Oil on Canvas

60 x 40 in (152.40 x 101.60 cm)

$4,550

Peloton Series 186430, 2019

Harold Braul

Peloton Series 186430, 2019

Oil on Canvas

24 x 24 in (60.96 x 60.96 cm)

$1,220

Peloton Series - DS 182884

Harold Braul

Peloton Series - DS 182884

Oil on Canvas

30 x 60 in (76.20 x 152.40 cm)

$3,470

Red Birds 181150

Harold Braul

Red Birds 181150

Oil on Canvas

36 x 24 in (91.44 x 60.96 cm)

$1,680

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Harold Braul
HAROLD BRAUL (1960 - ) Dubbed Canadian Cool for his modern, impressionist style, Braul lays down the basis of each canvas with a brush before switching to his fingers as the work progresses. The resulting canvases are vibrant and kinetic. Harold Braul was born in 1960 in southern Ontario and currently lives in Toronto. He was tutored in fine art (oil painting) throughout grade school by Roger Rondue (a not so famous local artist). Later in life he studied Industrial Design in London Ontario (Canada), where he received his degree and has continued to paint ever since. “My goal is to render a likeness,” confirms Braul, “but also to capture the energy of the relationship between the subjects, if there is more than one. I try to achieve timelessness with my paintings, to separate the subject from time and place and so create a work that will always feel immediate.”
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