Artist's description:

A very unusual view for Moscow. We don't have many boats here. Only some passenger boats for tourists, we call them "raketa" which means "a rocket" due to their futuristic design.

But these boats are like a small city. They are connected together. At day their work is to filter the water surface in the river and at night it seems that they are a home for their crew. I was there at the evening, looking how the captain takes away a ladder to disconnect the river city from the quay to prevent night visits of curios passerbies. There was little time to do something, so I decided to convey the most important colors in what I see.

Drawn en plein air.

*Frame is not included as it would make the price much higher. If you'll by it in your local Ikea store it will cost you around 20$, or a bit more if you'll buy it in a frame shop. But if I'll send it with the painting, it will add around 250$ to the price, as I'll need to use different postal service, different package sending type and have a lot of headache with receiving documents for this type of package.

P.s. Feel free to contact me if you have any question

Materials used:

Pen, Marker, Gouache, Watman paper

Boats. Moscow river (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Shakir Ibragimov from Russia

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