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Fruits on a Table II

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Oil on a premium cotton canvas. Painted with thin brushes in order to achieve maximum accuracy.

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Fruits On A Table II

Elegant still life for your kitchen

Many years ago people used to spend most of their time at home, and now we work at the office days and nights. So when we come back to our house, we want to enjoy warmth and coziness, and one of the best ways to achieve this is to create a comfortable atmosphere with different details of interior décor. There are many types of decorations you can use, but canvases are the most common option. While choosing an artwork for your home, you should pay attention to the variety of painting genres:


·         landscape;

·         seascape;

·         still life;

·         portrait;

·         erotic;

·         cityscapes;

·         animalistic art.


There are millions of ideas for every category, and you should only define, which one you like most. You can choose the size of an artwork according to the parameters of your room and available space, so there are practically no limits for those willing to adorn their apartment. If you prefer still life, this very painting will be perfect for your kitchen or living room.

Those sweet fruits

You will find yourself in a room with brown walls; one part of it is brightly illuminated while the other is covered in shadows. It gives an effect of a room without windows, with only one source of artificial light. The white table at the wall is partly covered with a white cloth colored by crimson patterns. You can see a plate on it, full of different fruits, both exotic and more common. There is a pineapple, cut into slices, and you can feel its luscious taste, a couple of peaches and red currant, completing this mini-composition in warm palette. In a cut-glass vase, you can observe a yellow pear, an apple in red and yellow hues and two sorts of grapes, white and black, and a twig with leaves that already start fading. There is another bunch of black grapes on the table, and a twig with three plums of the same color on it. On the left the artist painted a decanter of red wine accompanied by one more yellow apple. The whole composition seems to be perfect, because warm yellow and red colors are balanced by cold black, deep purple and moss green shades. The painting is made with thin brush strokes that make all those fruits look so realistic, and you can’t wait to taste them.