Artwork Description

Oil on wood, ready to hang.

Signed on the front.

This artwork comes with an external frame

This is an original art work and was inspired when my teacher came over from the Netherlands, and we both did the same subject from two different angles. We did not sell the painting possibly for nostalgia sake, and it had pride in our previous bigger home. The crab did smell a lot after 6 days and we knew we had to paint that part first, the silver topped claret jug I sold to an antique dealer in Sydney, The books suggest that learning the fine arts is centuries old, and the bread with the knife is a sign that artists do not make a lot of money unless they become a Brand on their own. If you like this painting, would you please leave a 'favorite' sign, thank you.

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Medium

Original oil painting on marine-ply panel, withthe finest pigments and ancient recipe of medium.

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Framed and ready to hang

This artwork is currently framed and ready to hang.

It comes with an external frame.

Framed dimensions - 96.0(W) x 81.0(H).

Artwork dimensions - 76.0(W) x 61.0(H).

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