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A CLOUD FOR EVEBy Marina Venediktova

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US$ 2,680


Overview

2022

Oil Paint, Oil on canvas

Unique Work

Dimensions: 110cm (H) x 90cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 43.3" (H) x 35.4" (W) x 0.8" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.


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Artist Statement

You can watch the video of this picture with macro fragments at the link on my youtube channel
The picture A CLOUD FOR EVE plunges the viewer into the world of ancient mystery, into the myth of the birth of the first woman on Earth. The gentle expression on her face carries the heavenly purity of her soul, the naive uncertain posture of the body confirms her first contact with this earthly world. The main central element of the picture is a lacy cloud woven from many ornamental lines. It symbolizes the future path, the centuries-old fate of a woman who has to go through and which has no end. A wonderful sensitive image and muted colors of the background of the picture surround the viewer with warmth and comfort, warm the heart and lead to a contemplative mood. The picture is painted with oil paints in 4 layers.
The sides of the painting are painted.

Made on high-quality canvas (100% Linen, canvas density 400 gr / meter) stretched on a high quality wooden stretcher frame. Used the best Russian oil paints produced in Russia, the city of St. Petersburg.

110*90*2 cm

The painting is accompanied by a certificate of copyright issued in Russia by the city of St. Petersburg.

 



Artist Profile

Born: 1974
Hometown: St. Petersburg
Based in: St. Petersburg

The artist shows the audience something unique that was noticed by him in a short moment in the vast time of his life.

I am not an exception - I am a part of the world of artists, and therefore I constantly look at life either through a microscope or through …

 

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