NATIVE-RAISER — PALETTE KNIFE Oil Painting On Canvas By Leonid Afremov

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    24"x24" (60cm 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 NATIVE-RAISER. 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:

Native raiser

The sport of gentlemen

Horseracing has always been one of the most venturous and fascinating entertainments in human history. Ever since ancient times, people have arranged races between chariots to amuse the crowd on big holidays. Today, it can well be called a professional sport attracting thousands of thrill lovers around the world and sizeable streams of money at totalizator betting. Here are some interesting facts about horseracing you might have never heard about:

·         In Ancient Greece, horse races were part of the Olympic Games since the 7th century B.C.

·         This kind of sport was also very popular in Rome due to participation of some emperors, namely Caligula and Nero.

·         However, the true history of horseracing starts in the 17th century when the members of the royal British family created a breed designed specifically for races by breeding pure-blood Arabian stallions with the best English mares.

·         In the 18th century, the first jockey club was established in England. It was considered prestigious for the owner of the horse to take part in the competition themselves, with every stable wearing its own colors.

·         American jockeys developed their own seat style of riding: rather than sitting straight like their European colleagues, they crouched over the horse’s neck which reduced wind resistance and didn’t restrain the horse’s moves.

In the heat of the race

Leonid Afremov is also a great fan of horseracing and we can clearly see it in this painting. ‘Native Raiser’ is performed with a palette knife in the artist’s signature style. Using large swishing strokes of oil paint, he depicted a group of jockeys desperately racing for the first prize in a fervent competition. Their postures are intense and determined; they seem to be as one with their horses that run neck to neck almost touching each other. None of them wants to give; nobody will be happy to take the second place. They all want to get to the finish line before their opponents. Vibrant colors and bold strokes perfectly convey the extremely charged atmosphere of the race. We see the participants as if in an electric haze, their faces blurred by the trembling air. Each fraction of a second can become critical for the outcome of the contest. The jockeys are exhausted and nervous; their legs are burning and their hands are shaking as they pull the reigns in a reckless effort to outrun the others. In a few minutes, we’ll learn the name of the champion… But for now, let’s enjoy this breathtaking race so spectacularly captured on canvas by Leonid Afremov and feel the heat of the moment in all its dizzy suspense!


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Dear Leonid, I can't take my eyes of your paintings these days. Colours, your style, and the "simple" perfection in the paintings are just amazing. Even the melancholy is in life-colours and I love that. I am a jigsaw puzzle fan. I really think your paintings are one of the most suitable ones for a jigsaw puzzle, and this would spread your work to another collection of people on the World. Please consider to introduce your work to jigsaw puzzle companies like Educa, Art.. That would be so fun to make the puzzles of your work too! I am looking forward to order some of your masterpieces for my new home in the near future.. Thank you for this beautiful work. Esra Karaca, Istanbul
Esra Karaca, Aug 24, 2014
My Sister and I purchased RAIN'S RUSTLE for our mom for Mother's day as a surprised. When the painting arrived we were blown away by the colors and how alive the painting was. It was breathtaking and my mom loved it. We are always looking at your gallery and are planning on her next gift for Christmas. If you haven't purchased from this Artist before please do! You will not be disappointed. Thank You Leonid for a beautiful gift!
Melissa, Jul 23, 2015
Dear Leonid, I received your painting "Cafè in the old city". It is wonderful. Everything was good and professional...comunication, shipping!Thanks a lot
Roberto Albergo, Feb 11, 2015