THE FRAGRANCE OF BEAUTYBy Marina Venediktova
Oil Paint, Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 110cm (H) x 100cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 43.3" (H) x 39.4" (W) x 0.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This item ships from Russia
Please note that this item is unframed and requires crating for shipment
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The velvety deep shades in the painting create an atmosphere of a decorated calmed state of space. I definitely wanted to convey this feeling to the viewer. After all, encrypted in images and objects, the meaning of this picture is that all living things created on Earth, and more specifically, Man, are beautiful and perfect, but so changeably fragile. The images of two women are two sides of the personality of each of us. At the same time, we are open to learning and sharing experiences, and at the same time we always hide ourselves from external touches and intrusions. These two facets are merged in unity and infinity, which is symbolized by a circle with numerous curly ornamental lines, like streams of life energy flowing in us.
The painting is painted with oil paints in 3 layers, each shade shines through from under the other, creating the effect of multi-layered volume and radiance.
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.
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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