Selected Figurative Paintings

I have always been inspired by the architectural legacy and urban landscape of neighborhoods such as the Lower East Side of Manhattan in NYC; Marigot, the capital of St. Martin, FWI; and of Santa Fe, New Mexico and surrounding areas. Landmark urban architecture in the SoHo / NoHo NYC historic district, ancient puebloan ruins, canyons, badlands, and Native American cultural events became subjects for me.

FIRST RUIN, Canyon DeChelly, AZ 15" x 20",  Acrylic on canvas, Copyright 2019 Peter Lynn

FIRST RUIN, 15" x 20", Acrylic on canvas
©2019 Peter E. Lynn
PUEBLOAN ARCHITECTURE

HLAUUMA (NORTH HOUSE), Taos Pueblo, NM - 24" x 30", Acrylic on canvas, Copyright 1989 Peter E. Lynn

HLAUUMA (NORTH HOUSE), 44" x 78", Acrylic on canvas
©1989 Peter E. Lynn
PUEBLOAN ARCHITECTURE

234 WATER, New York City, NY - 22" x 30",  Acrylic on canvas, 1983 - by Peter Lynn

234 WATER, 22" x 30", Acrylic on paper
©1983 Peter E. Lynn
URBAN ARCHITECTURE

101 SPRING, Canyonlands National Park, UT - 64 inches x 42 inches,  Acrylic on canvas, ©1984 Peter E. Lynn

101 SPRING - 64" x 42", Acrylic on canvas
©1984 Peter E. Lynn
URBAN ARCHITECTURE

DEVILS LANE, 15"  x 21",  Acrylic on canvas, ©1990 Peter E. Lynn

DEVILS LANE, 15" x 21", Acrylic on paper
©1990 Peter E. Lynn
LANDSCAPE

CHIRICAHUA NATIONAL PARK, NM - 15" x 21", Acrylic on canvas, Copyright 1990 Peter E. Lynn

CHIRICAHUA, 15" x 21", Acrylic on paper
©1990 Peter E. Lynn
LANDSCAPE

FANCY DANCER, 18" x 24"  Acrylic on canvas, ©1996 Peter E. Lynn

FANCY DANCER, 18" x 24", Acrylic on paper
©1996 Peter E. Lynn
POW WOW

WACIPI 01, 22" x 30", Acrylic on canvas<br /> ©1994 Peter Lynn

WACIPI 01, 22" x 30", Acrylic on paper
©1994 Peter E. Lynn
POW WOW