We would like to present hand painted oil on canvas painting (recreation) of Afremov's artwork mentioned in the title. This art piece made by Leonid Afremov Studio with the same amount of soul and emotion just like the first original painting. The piece is created with oil paint on artistic canvas using Afremov's unique technique of a palette knife. The artwork has a lot of texture, you can feel the strokes by touching this painting. By purchasing on our site, you are buying directly from Leonid Afremov Studio. We guarantee your satisfaction and the best customer experience.
The artwork is signed on the back and on the front. The certificate of authenticity will include the name of the owner who purchased the piece of artwork. The certificate is signed by Leonid Afremov Studio. If you are buying this painting as a gift, please provide us the name of the gift recipient for the certificate. We can also ship to the address of the recipient of your gift.
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about this painting:
Welcome to the Jewish wedding! From all the details, it is obvious that Leonid Afremov in his painting depicted the most blissful day for two young Jews. At least the groom has a classic Jewish appearance – he has on his head a type of kippah – a national Jewish headdress. The priest holds some kind of religious book. Apparently, the artist captured the moment when the priest whose head is covered with a large white scarf, as required by custom, asks the newlyweds to swear allegiance to each other. On the faces of the newlyweds adorned by 2 soft smiles we find the expressions of calm and joy. In his hands the groom holds a bouquet of red roses. Of course this is the most popular flowers that the newlyweds are presented at the wedding. But when it comes to the choice of flowers for wedding you can also choose:
- Field and spring flowers
In a few moments he will hand it over to his newly minted wife, and she will be on cloud nine.
The young people and the priest stand under a canopy of purple fabric – there is of course some symbolism in it that people familiar with Jewish culture will understand.
The background of the canvas also looks interesting – behind the newlyweds there is a view of the city – we see several houses tightly pressed against each other, as well as an image of a rooster, a kind of guest at this wedding – maybe this is a trained bird and at the most joyful moment he starts crying announcing the start of new life for newlyweds.
If we talk on the color scheme of the canvas, we can note that for the background and the image of the characters themselves Leonid Afremov chose soft pastel colors that symbolize the celestial nature of marriage – conveying the well-known idea that matches are made in heaven.
We really want to hope that on your blissful day you were or will be as joyful and happy as the characters in this painting and that you will remember it for a lifetime.