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Roses, candlestick and chinese fan Painting

Size (WxH): 12" x 16" inch (30 x 40 cm)
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Painted in (year): 2015
Category: original still-life paintings

$1300 USD

TAGS:OilSmall (under 20 inch)ImpressionismStill-Life

Chevassus-Agnes Jean-Pierre
Chevassus-Agnes Jean-Pierre

Roses, Candlestick And Chinese Fan is an original, one-of-a-kind still-life painting signed by artist Chevassus-Agnes Jean-Pierre. This piece of art was created in 2015 and the painter used oil on canvas. It measures 12" x 16" inch (30 x 40 cm) and is available for sale online for 1300 USD.

THOUGHTS ON PAINTING

For a couple who has gone far too long without seeing one another, whether for reasons of distance or other reasons entirely, nothing's more exhilarating than finally being with one's beloved. The three elements in the Roses, Candlestick and Chinese Fan painting work together to represent this. The red roses, often known as the lover's rose, symbolizes the deep love that the couple feels for one another. A Chinese fan sits next to the roses that had traditionally been used to convey love in a romantic sense. In many romantic instances, people will often use the traditional Chinese symbol as a way to express feelings above abundance and wealth but it is clear that it is the emotionally fulfilling nature of an honest relationship helps sustain the wait in between seeing one another that is represented here.

GETTING TO KNOW CHEVASSUS-AGNES JEAN-PIERRE

Chevassus-Agnes Jean-Pierre is an artist that has spent many years in academies and institutions to learn how to fine-tune his skills. The French painter learned to paint and come into his own style by studying the works of both western painters and Asian ones as well, combining their styles to create one of his own. Chevassus-Agnes Jean-Pierre has been featured in many exhibitions in his time, both on his own and as a part of a larger group of artists. He has been painting since the early 1960s and continues to do so to this day.