Jugs - Not Jugs 2By Marina Venediktova
Oil Paint, Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 80cm (H) x 80cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 31.5" (H) x 31.5" (W) x 0.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This item ships from Russia
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My new series of works "JUGS" includes large paintings that are likely to find their place in the interior of the dining area or in the space of a sick kitchen.
The plot of the paintings is simple and elegant at the same time. Its components will be coffee pots, teapots and various vessels for table setting. These items have accompanied their owners throughout the centuries and warmed their family life.
I myself came up with the shape of the objects, their texture and intricate design, taking as a basis vintage dishes from different countries and traditions.
The painting is painted with active live strokes, it feels the play and movement of colors. The oil environment is displayed by the fluidity of its texture. The plot of the picture moves, changes and adapts to your mood.
The sides of the painting are a continuation of the image, so there is no need to frame the painting.
The picture is ready to be sent in a roll in a tube, but according to a preliminary agreement, I can pull it on a stretcher, which will require an additional payment for postage.
Made on high-quality canvas (100% linen), canvas density 400 gr / meter. Used the best Russian oil paints produced in Russia, the city of St. Petersburg.
I did not attach the hangers on the backside, and I will attach them to the package.
The painting is accompanied by a certificate of copyright issued in Russia by the city of St. Petersburg.
Hometown: St. Petersburg
Based in: St. Petersburg
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