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Work on stretcher frame.
Sides are painted.

The painting shows a lively and impressive view of the beach "Plage du Bestouan" in Cassis, in a stylistic mixture of realism and impressionism. The foreground is dominated by the massive limestone cliffs of the beach, which are washed by the powerful waves of the sea. The spray foams and splashes dramatically, the movement and energy of the water are almost tangible. The texture of the rocks is detailed and realistic and stands in stark contrast to the softer, impressionistic brushstrokes of the sea. The bay stretches out in the middle ground, its turquoise waters glistening in the sunlight and conveying a sense of depth and clarity. Cap Canaille, the landmark of Cassis, rises majestically in the background. The steep cliffs are painted in warm, earthy tones that catch the light of the low sun. The colors fade slightly in the distance, creating an impression of space and perspective. Cap Canaille appears almost like a protective wall, framing the bay and at the same time attracting the viewer's gaze.

Materials used:

Oil paints.

Tags:
#oil painting #mediterranean landscape #provence #small paintings #landscape painting #maritime structures #impressionistic painting #cassis france #france lancscape 

Cassis - Plage du Bestouan (2024)

Oil painting 
by Richard Mierniczak

£2,269.97 Alert

Original artwork description
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Important!
International shipments may be subject to import duties, taxes and other fees that are not included in the total price. You are responsible for these payments. Please check with your local customs office before placing your order.

Work on stretcher frame.
Sides are painted.

The painting shows a lively and impressive view of the beach "Plage du Bestouan" in Cassis, in a stylistic mixture of realism and impressionism. The foreground is dominated by the massive limestone cliffs of the beach, which are washed by the powerful waves of the sea. The spray foams and splashes dramatically, the movement and energy of the water are almost tangible. The texture of the rocks is detailed and realistic and stands in stark contrast to the softer, impressionistic brushstrokes of the sea. The bay stretches out in the middle ground, its turquoise waters glistening in the sunlight and conveying a sense of depth and clarity. Cap Canaille, the landmark of Cassis, rises majestically in the background. The steep cliffs are painted in warm, earthy tones that catch the light of the low sun. The colors fade slightly in the distance, creating an impression of space and perspective. Cap Canaille appears almost like a protective wall, framing the bay and at the same time attracting the viewer's gaze.

Materials used:

Oil paints.

Tags:
#oil painting #mediterranean landscape #provence #small paintings #landscape painting #maritime structures #impressionistic painting #cassis france #france lancscape 
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Richard Mierniczak is a self-taught artist from Leonberg near Stuttgart. His journey into art began organically, driven by an innate passion and curiosity to explore the limitless realms of creativity.... Read more

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