We would like to present the hand painted recreation oil on canvas painting of the artwork mentioned in the title. This painting comes signed by on the front and the back. Certificate of authenticity provided.
This piece was created with the same amount of soul and emotion just like the first original painting. This piece was created with oil paint on artistic canvas using unique Afremov technique of a palette knife. The artwork has texture, you can feel the strokes by touching the painting. By purchasing on this site, you are buying directly from Leonid Afremov®. We guarantee your satisfaction and the best customer experience.
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about this painting:
A step out of the door
It’s a dangerous business going out of your door. Once you step onto the road, there is no knowing where your feet will take you. These words belong to Bilbo Baggins, the first hobbit to part with home and set out on a real adventure. But standing on the threshold of his burrow, he was yet unaware of mortal dangers meant for him. All he saw was green hills, blue sky and a sunny path running between the trees into the fragrant depth of the forest… Exactly like in this landscape painting! Set all worries aside and allow the road to carry you where it must! Let the unexpected journey begin!
The sights of the Shire
It’s quiet and peaceful around. Warmed by the stream of midday beams, the forest greets you with friendly bird talk and the rustle of countless leaves. The glowing hand of autumn has already touched the trees, but they are still full of vigor. Here and there, splashes of green, yellow, and red join into a festive ornament weaving as far as the eye can see. Rising on both sides, tall and solemn, the white shadows of birches guard the pathway surrounding the traveler with their invisible protection. In the blue haze, we can spot a retiring silhouette – must be the hobbit himself, wrapped in a grey raincoat, carrying a backpack stuffed with kitchenware and whistling a merry tune. Hurry, you still have time to catch up before the distance swallows him! And then, who can tell where you might be swept off to?
Hobbit décor tips
As you know, hobbits are very attached to their dwellings. Their love for warm hearth, fine food and home comfort has grown into a proverb. It is hard to imagine someone furnishing a residence with such fancy and zest as a hobbit. Their neat, cozy burrows are packed with carved furniture, cute knickknacks, family antiques and other unthinkable stuff stacked diligently generation after generation. Many of them have an eye for art, too. Any respectable hobbit would love to lay paws on a splendid picture like that! Where do you think Bilbo Baggins would lodge this remarkable canvas?
· Perhaps he would hang it over his desk to get inspired by the scenery while writing a book?
· Or maybe it belongs to the dining room? Everyone knows that good art improves appetite.
· What about closing and opening your eyes to a lovely forest view on your bedroom wall? Sounds nice!
· Or, if there are enough of Leonid Afremov canvases at your disposal, you can put up an entire landscape painting gallery in your hall and finally show those Sackvilles!
As you can see, the options are quite abundant, even for a hobbit. We have no doubt you will make a sensible use of this exquisite artwork in your own home!