Original artwork description:

Oil on linen 40x50x2cm (15.7x19.7x0.8in) 2015.

The inspiration for this painting comes from a photo shot by a friend of mine. The girl was amused by the behaviour of her baby after she received a new balloon: she liked it so much that she took it everywhere she was going. When I saw the photo I decided to make a painting of it, this is the result.

“A new arrival” is an oil on linen painting ready to hang. It is stretched on a wooden canvas and accompanied with a unique certificate of authenticity.

Materials used:

Oil on linen

Tags:
#cat #violet #house #children #window #baby #beard #home interior #toilet #baloons 
A new arrival (2015)
Oil painting
by Paolo Borile

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Oil on linen 40x50x2cm (15.7x19.7x0.8in) 2015.

The inspiration for this painting comes from a photo shot by a friend of mine. The girl was amused by the behaviour of her baby after she received a new balloon: she liked it so much that she took it everywhere she was going. When I saw the photo I decided to make a painting of it, this is the result.

“A new arrival” is an oil on linen painting ready to hang. It is stretched on a wooden canvas and accompanied with a unique certificate of authenticity.

Materials used:

Oil on linen

Tags:
#cat #violet #house #children #window #baby #beard #home interior #toilet #baloons 
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In my paintings I focus on figures and their interaction with the landscape and architecture. After spending some years being very faithful to the samples, I am now experimenting different... Read more

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