CELEBRATION OF COLORS — PALETTE KNIFE Oil Painting On Canvas By Leonid Afremov

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    30"X24" (75cm x 60cm)
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    Hand painted by Leonid Afremov
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    Palette Knife, Oil Paint, Canvas
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I would like to present my hand painted oil on canvas painting (recreation) of the artwork CELEBRATION OF COLORS . I made this piece with the same amount of soul and emotion just like the first original painting. This piece is created with oil paint on artistic canvas using my unique 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 the artist Leonid Afremov. I guarantee your satisfaction and the best customer experience. 

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about this painting:

Celebration of Colors

The autumn confetti

In the autumn paintings of Leonid Afremov, we find those colors that would seem completely out of place here. But this is only the first impression. Looking more closely at Celebration of Colors, we understand that everything is in harmony. Thus, in this painting we see quite a lot of green and this is explained quite easily – the artist created a certain enfilade of colors – the palette becomes brighter as we move deeper into the park along with the characters of the painting. Their role, as always, plays a loving couple. And although we see only the silhouettes of these people if you look closely, you can see that they stand back to back looking at all the splendor that surrounds them. And really it is impossible not to admire such colors. Multi-colored brush strokes that cover the whole painting create a mosaic impression. You can be literally dazzled by it. But this only makes it more pleasant.

The art of mosaic

As we said, the strokes in this painting resemble a mosaic. Let's take a closer look at this kind of art. After all, it is very ancient and certainly deserves our attention. Just think – the ancient masters can create real objects of art using this technique. They used first of all smalt, an ancient and incredibly beautiful material. Smalt is produced by melting glass mass with the addition of metal oxide. As a result, they got cubes or plates of the richest range of shades and textures. Smalt is also produced by boloks, which require preliminary splitting. Smalt can be:

  • matte and shiny
  • with a smooth or uneven surface
  • transparent or dense
  • colored, gold, silver, copper.

The unusual effect of flicker and glow allowed creating from smalt real masterpieces of world art, which to this day adorn the Byzantine and Russian churches. The technique of glass mosaic was tested shortly before our era in the Roman Empire. Then blue, turquoise and cobalt glass began being produced. After several centuries, in the era of Constantinople, smalt starts being painted in thousands colors.

The rich palette of color, saturation, brightness and transparency of smalt on ancient mosaics is not inferior to the picturesque canvases, and many times more durable than frescos.

We believe that the aesthetic euphoria will overwhelm anyone who appreciates the beauty and understands modern art. Get real pleasure from admiring the autumn colors!

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Hi Mr. Afremov. I received Yesterday my first paint! It was really nice and colors are fantastics! Thanks for Your art! I'll place it on my living room. Best regards. Simona Lodi
Simona Lodi, Nov 9, 2016
Your artwork is truly amazing and I feel so honoured to have one of your pieces ' misty moods' hanging in my room. I absolutely love it! Thank you so much! Kind regards Hannah Thomas
Hannah Thomas, Mar 17, 2014
I purchased "Lovers 2" from Leonid's online store in September 2016. I am very impressed by Leonid and Boris's efforts at customer service. I received progress report e-mails as my order was received, processed, being created, shipped, and delivered to Florida. Within a few short weeks, I received my stunning painting in prestine condition with a certificate of authenticity and am so excited to show it off to all my friends and family. Thank you for a great experience and a fantastic painting! It is even more beautiful in person.
Laura, Sep 25, 2016