Original abstract painting. A violin and a pear - two different objects with similar shapes, their outlines follow almost one and the same curves but in reality they are completely different. This is where the idea for DIFFERENCES came from, at a first glance many things look alike but in fact they have nothing in common, now and again even in one object or subject two different halves co-exist sometimes in balance, sometimes trying to prevail one over another.
Both halves of differences - the violin and the pear combine Neapolitan yellow, pistachio green, burnt sienna, rufous and marron and are contrasting on a greenish-blue and cream-white background.
The painting is varnished with high class Winsor-Newton Conserv-art gloss varnish for quality protection and is finished with 5cm (2") wide luxury frame in antique gold shades, ready to hang on a wall.
Copyright notice: Please note that the copyright of all artworks and images remains with the author Deyana Deco.
oil paints, luxury antique gold frame, Winsor Newton conserv art gloss varnish