The oil painting depicts a beautiful and intricate still life composition, carefully crafted by the artist to showcase a variety of contrasting colors and textures. In the foreground of the painting, there are two vases, each holding a different assortment of flowers. One vase contains a stunning arrangement of white blooms, while the other boasts vibrant shades of red and purple. Lying next to the vases are several red apples, arranged in a neat row, their smooth, shiny surfaces reflecting the soft, warm light that seems to emanate from the painting. Several bottles of different sizes and shapes stand proudly next to the vases and the apples, adding a touch of elegance and sophistication to the scene. In the background of the painting, a breathtakingly beautiful beach landscape can be seen. The deep blue sea extends far into the distance, and the golden sand stretches out towards the horizon. Standing on the beach is a young girl in a bright and colorful bathing suit, her silhouette adding a sense of liveliness and movement to the otherwise static composition. Overall, the painting is a masterful example of still life art, perfectly capturing the beauty and diversity of the natural world. The artist's careful attention to detail and skillful use of color and light combine to create a stunning work of art that is sure to captivate viewers and leave a lasting impression on their minds.
*** ABOUT THIS PAINTING ***
* TITLE: "Still Life on the Bank of the Dnieper"
* ARTISTS: Peter Tovpev
* SIZE: 61x76 cm/'24.01x29.92 inches'
* MEDIUM: oil, cardboard
* HAND PAINTED: Original painting from our collection
* CONDITION: Photos provide accurate information about the product.
About the artist: Peter Tovpev - Zaporizhzhya artist. Born on July 5, 1979, in the city of Zaporozhye. He graduated from the Zaporozhye art school (1995). He studied art with his father. Painter. The main industry is easel painting. He worked in the style of expressive impressionism. At creative work. Participated in exhibitions: regional, republican (since 2003). Personal exhibitions - in Zaporozhye (2003, 2004), Kiev (2007). Major works: “On the banks of the Dnieper” (2004), “Rocks among the trees”, “Autumn Whirlwind” (2005), “Marina in Gurzuf” (2006), “Cossack huts”, “Zaporizhzhya Sich”, “Street in Gurzuf” (2007). Separate canvases are stored in the Zaporizhzhya Art Museum. Lives and works in the city of Zaporozhye.