Still Life with Seated Woman Painting
Medium: Oil on Linen
Painted in (year): 2012
Category: Figurative Art Paintings
THOUGHTS ON PAINTING
The artist A. Roy places a female at the center of this wonderful piece of art named “Still life with seated woman”. The painter uses bold colors, deep red and brown in contrast with white and light yellow and orange, to call attention to her figure, as well as her face and hands. She looks as if she wandered into her thoughts and is already far away from this world, as indicates the expression of distance and sadness on her face. The artist manages to create a simple space where ideas and imagination coincide, and unite all that in one true masterpiece.
From our art blog
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