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Macaroons cookies. still life. Original oil painting. Print

Vita Schagen

Netherlands

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This is one of a kind original oil painting jn canvas board. ► Sign on the back by the artist. ►The painting is sold UNFRAMED. ► High quality varnish protects the colors for extended time and against changes in room temperature, and to ensure durability. ►Please feel free to contact the artist if you have any questions!

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Print:Giclee on Canvas

Size:16 W x 20 H x 1.25 D in

Size with Frame:17.75 W x 21.75 H x 1.25 D in

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“Since I was a beginning artist I focused on paradoxical themes in my work, which I loved to create in my mind and then put them on the canvas. It changed into something completely opposite- simplicity combined with beauty, after a dramatic event in my life. I started to deeply resonate with the saying “live every day as it is your last one». In my work I want to express that value of life as an amazing gift and I do my best to make every day count by creating beauty - not only for myself but also for others. These days, what I paint is largely based on a combination of spots of color. During the process I sketch that chaotic first layer and the oil paint then dictates me itself what strokes to put on next. I would call my style close to impressionism. I prefer to use a palette knife before the brush because it allows me to be more flexible and free while painting with vivid thick layers. This way I am translating my emotions directly onto the canvas. Your support means the world to me. Thank you for considering my paintings! I hope you enjoy them :) ”

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