Artist's description:

This is one stays at Badayevsky's manufactury, both were made hundred years. The only one left in the world of this series.

I had only 120 seconds to draw the locomotive as we were living the place already. I asked myself - what is the core idea of the locomotive and tried to depict it with a technique suiting for the idea. I am quite pleased with the result as I was able to outdone myself with finding a proper but uncharacteristic for me technique for the task. It's like dancing on a razor edge for me - to do everything at one movement, without any mistakes or corrections.

*Drawn en plein air, spotted at Badaevsky manufactory
**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:

Pencil, Watman paper

Locomotive in 120 seconds (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Shakir Ibragimov from Russia

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