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    5.00 (2 votes)
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    Added 2017-09-05 17:35:50
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    Description

    This is a commission I did for my brother in 2014. I have painted many still life pieces similar to this over the years but I have drifted away from these subjects and moved into other directions. Maybe another still life is just around the corner (lock, hasp and door).

    Specific details

    Name of Artist: Brian LaSaga
    Width (inches): 5
    Height (inches): 9.5
    Country: Canada
    Media: Acrylic
    Painting Style: Representational / Still Life

    Rating

    Use of Color
    5.00
    Use of Values
    5.00
    Composition
    5.00
    Mood
    5.00
    Originality
    5.00

    Users' reviews

    This is a delicately painted work with great realism but it's the design which elevates this above the mundane. I love skill and knowledge evidenced together.

    5.00

    weathered entry

    Love the colour combination,the dramatic light, the texture and the zeroing in on the subject matter. Another winner Brian..

    5.00

    Weathered Entry

    Love the detail in this!

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