Marie Witte Art Collections
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Artwork by Marie Witte
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Yellow Sundress by Marie Witte
The Rock Pool by Marie Witte
Sisters in Sunhats by Marie Witte
Blue Pinafore by Marie Witte
Girl with Bonnet by Marie Witte
Sap Bucket by Marie Witte
Sunflower Garden by Marie Witte
Girl with Pink Hat by Marie Witte
Red Rowboat by Marie Witte
Zinnias and Elizabeth by Marie Witte
Stretch on Rock Ledge by Marie Witte
Sisters Walking by Marie Witte
Wading by Marie Witte
Birdbath by Marie Witte
Garden Gate by Marie Witte
Church at Sugar Hill by Marie Witte
Flying in the Surf by Marie Witte
Glads by Marie Witte
Hands in the Sea by Marie Witte
Peonies in Ball Jar by Marie Witte
Resting Calf by Marie Witte
Shallow River by Marie Witte
Sunrise, Sunset by Marie Witte
Beach Play by Marie Witte
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About Marie Witte
As a young child in Patras, Greece, Marie Witte, then known as Maria Panoutsopoulou, could frequently be found drawing in the fine dirt of the walled yard of her foster home. After her adoption at five years old by an American family, Marie carried her nascent love of art to her new country, now drawing on the sandy beaches of San Diego.
As a young adult, Marie studied Art and Psychology at San Diego State University receiving a BA with honors. As an Art History graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley, she focused on the Dutch Renaissance.
While painting portraits on commission, Marie also sold paintings at galleries throughout America. Some of Marie's early work continues in the tradition of the sixteenth century Flemish painters, with a luxurious use of muted earth tones, while later works speak of 19th century French and American impressionists, containing the same elements of playful, spontaneous brush strokes in individuated, surprising colors. The sparkling movement of the oceans, the free intensity of the spirit of a child, and the shy beauty of a rural landscape are among the frequented subjects of her work. For the past decade, Marie has developed her oil paintings so that the essential, spiritual nature of her subject is captured by a vibrancy of color and an insightful rendering of light. She continues to paint daily from her current residence in northern Vermont.
Marie Witte's oil paintings are in collections worldwide.