The First Ray of Dawn*
*As you might noticed this painting is marked with a star which means it was made with extra quality acrylic paints (Royal Talens Amsterdam). Artist used this brand because of its remarkable non-fading pigments that give opportunity to a Customer to have a gallery quality painting at home. Basically, brand promises that artwork would not fade for several decades. Well... artist did not have a chance to check it but please do not hesitate to contact my pet raven in a century to make sure. "The First Ray of Dawn" - original impressionistic large artwork. Simple charming scene from a village life. Young girl stoped in wonder looking at the first ray of morningf dawn. She was bearing home heavy bucket with water. But the magic of a moment caught her infant imagination. If you would like to know more about this art piece or any other just drop me a message! Thank you for visiting my page! Hope to see you soon! Original artwork with signed Certificate of Authenticity
W 101.60 cm x H 76.20 cm
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About the Artist
Since the early childhood I was keen on painting and drawing. At the age of 3 I started to study at Russian School of Classical Arts. 5 years later I graduated with an understanding that arts can be a hobby only, not a life occupation. So that I gave up art for almost 15 years. Well, to ...