Original artwork description:

A day that is no different from the rest of the gray days.
When you are alone in an empty house all day, every day.
The wife is gone, the children scattered around the world.
Sometimes a neighbor walks in if he is not in a coma.
Even less often is the postman.
Friends are gone. Somehow they disappeared into time one by one.
TV makes me sick. Alcohol is not happy.
Well at least the cat is still alive and the music does not let me go crazy.

Materials used:

oil colors

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#oil painting #contemporary #figurative #atmospheric #igor shulman #piano player #sad story #old man with cat 

Wednesday. (2021)

Oil painting 
by Igor Shulman

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A day that is no different from the rest of the gray days.
When you are alone in an empty house all day, every day.
The wife is gone, the children scattered around the world.
Sometimes a neighbor walks in if he is not in a coma.
Even less often is the postman.
Friends are gone. Somehow they disappeared into time one by one.
TV makes me sick. Alcohol is not happy.
Well at least the cat is still alive and the music does not let me go crazy.

Materials used:

oil colors

Tags:
#oil painting #contemporary #figurative #atmospheric #igor shulman #piano player #sad story #old man with cat 

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Most people loved drawing, when they were a child, but not everyone keep on later. I was lucky, because my interest in world around me became a profession. I think... Read more

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