Umbrella

Umbrella, 26" X 20", Inv#14651646
Acrylic on Canvas
Times Square, New York

Times Square, New York, 39" X 26", Inv#22585472
Acrylic on Canvas
Times Square, New York

Times Square, New York, 28" X 28", Inv#22585473
Acrylic on Canvas
Times Square, New York

Times Square, New York, 32" X 21", Inv#22585474
Acrylic on Canvas
Times Square

Times Square, 31" X 31", Inv#45464264
Acrylic on Canvas
The Red Bike

The Red Bike, 18" X 24", Inv#16092535
Acrylic on Canvas
Rain in Rome-EB

Rain in Rome-EB, 36" X 29", Inv#15466716
Acrylic on Canvas
Rain in New York

Rain in New York, 29" X 36", Inv#15466717
Acrylic on Canvas
Manhattan, New York

Manhattan, New York, 39" X 32", Inv#15466712
Acrylic on Canvas
London

London, 29" X 36", Inv#24656158
Acrylic on Canvas
London

London, 29" X 36", Inv#15466718
Acrylic on Canvas
Coney Island

Coney Island, 24" X 29", Inv#33671245
acrylic on canvas
Cafe de Paris-EB

Cafe de Paris-EB, 40" X 30", Inv#49514121
Acrylic on Canvas
Broadway Street San Francisco-EB

Broadway Street San Francisco-EB, 26" X 20", Inv#14651644
Acrylic on Canvas
Breakfast in Paris-EB

Breakfast in Paris-EB, 21" X 29", Inv#14651641
Acrylic on Canvas

Oscar Mersch was born to a German family living in Palma de Mallorca, located in the Balearic Islands of Spain. He completed his artistic studies at the Escola d’Arts i Oficios (School of Arts and Crafts) in Palma de Mallorca, and later became an outstanding student of the prestigious art teacher Don Jose Romeu. Mersch later went on to continue his studies at the School of Fine Arts of San Carlos in Valencia. Mersch is now a member of the group of painters in “La Centaura,” which participates in various exhibitions in the Alicante province. Mersch paints in a variety of subject matters - cityscapes, portraits, or still life - with a style that successfully fuses realism and impressionism. His cityscapes place the viewer in a liminal space, not quite an objective observer yet not an active participant in the city bustle. Mersch’s portraits offer a glimpse of human consciousness. He composes his portraits, whether they be of his father, of a couple, or of children, in a way that allows him to explore relationships of human nature, either with other humans or with objects that describe that person. Each work evokes an emotional response from the viewer as a result of its atmospheric haze, its moody color palette, and intimate perspectives.