"Samovar" 56x56 inches
"Samovar" 56x56 inches
"Samovar" 56x56 inches
"Samovar" 56x56 inches
"Samovar" 56x56 inches
"Samovar" 56x56 inches
"Samovar" 56x56 inches
"Samovar" 56x56 inches
"Samovar" 56x56 inches
Regular price$4,300.00
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“Samovar Tea Party” 56x56 inches Signed and Numbered Print on Canvas Limited Edition Giclee

“Samovar Tea Party”

In olden times, Russian people believed that each ‘samovar’ had a soul because of the mysterious sounds that samovars made when heating water.Each samovar made different sounds, as if they were communicating and singing - each in its own way. Soprano, mezzo, baritone, bass - you could assemble a whole metal choir!As we see on the canvas, samovars had not only souls and voices but
also bodies… And what bodies! In this painting, you can enjoy the sparkling appearance of the shiny armored ‘host’. He stands proudly and pompously, realizing his significance and importance for this table. He is the center and grandmaster of the reception awaiting guests.

The “host’s” presence is joyfully accompanied by an abundance and beauty of cheerful folk objects - a richly woven carpet, a snow-white festive tablecloth with a bright red pattern, and a napkin embroidered with berries… A very beautiful and lush bouquet crowns the table and competes with the samovar.

The magnificent rose delights viewers with its size and fragrance. The artist masterfully works in a practically forgotten manner of the ‘Old Dutch’. This style is very delicate and meticulous, requiring a colossal amount of time to convey images and objects realistically. The process requires no less than seven layers of paint and many months of painting maturity.Translucency of colors and airy lightness of brushwork results in charming vividness and magnificence. The Master is very generous – the abundance and variety of ripened fruits is painted with astonishing realism. They radiate pure optimism and joy; even a sliced lemon that
causes sourness and tartness does not spoil the feeling of celebration! So, the Master welcomes us to the ‘Samovar Party’!

Giclee

Giclee (pronounced zhee-klay), giclee is a neologism derived from the French word “gicleur” which means “nozzle”. It is a fine art digital print made using inkjet printers. The name was originally applied to fine art prints it is a high-quality printing method used to reproduce fine art, including paintings and photographs. It involves using high-resolution printers and archival inks to create museum-quality prints that are often virtually identical to the original artwork in terms of color, detail, and texture. Giclee prints are known for their exceptional clarity and longevity.

Limited Edition

A Limited Edition refers to a set number of art prints that are produced from an original artwork. The artist decides the total quantity in the edition.  Each print is signed and numbered by the artist. and once that number is reached, no more prints are made. Limited editions are often preferred by collectors because they are considered more exclusive and valuable than open editions. The serial number indicates the number of the individual print and the total number of prints made in the limited edition series ex:12/500.

 Embellished Giclee


Limited Editions Embellished Giclee is a specific type of Giclee print that has been further enhanced by the artist. In this process, the artist adds hand-painted details or embellishments to the Giclee print, making each piece unique. These embellishments can include brushstrokes, texture, and other elements that give the print a more personalized and authentic feel. An artist paints or draws in areas of choice to add texture, making a giclee look even more like an original than it already does. Limited Editions Embellished Giclees are typically produced in a limited quantity, and each one is signed and numbered by the artist. By the end of the print run, each individual work will retain its value over time.

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