Artwork Description

Oil on canvas, ready to hang.

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This artwork comes with an external frame

Original oil painting with the artist's second daughter arranging flowers near a stain glass window. (stain glass pattern is copy righted by the artist.)

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Original oil painting on linen 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 - 115.0(W) x 135.0(H).

Artwork dimensions - 100.0(W) x 120.0(H).

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All art by Jos Kivits

The feeling of holding something in your hands that is hundred of years old, like the pewter and the ceramic Japanese vase, gives me a feeling of agelessness. It vibrates through my entire body and to spend weeks painting something like this climaxes to an explosion in my imagination. A painting of this calibre is and always will be an eye catcher when people realise it has not been created with shortcuts and tricks, but genuinely by discipline and artistry without smoke and mirrors. It is a work I cannot get away from as it is in my soul to paint what every eye can see without the help of any kind of trickery or Painted in 2005 and several times perfected and varnished over the years. This very work has never been exhibited, although one similar depicting different objects was revealed in Jos’ 2018 exhibition.

The style and technique is considered ‘Classical European’ and first exposed to Australia by some well-known earlier artists like Hans Heysen, Arthur Streeton, & Besie Davidson.
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