Food art painting
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18 Artworks by Juli Stankevych, Saatchi Art Artist
About The Artwork DETAILS about artwork: * Name: French Toast * Painter: Julia Stankevych * Size: 12x12" (30x30 cm) * Original handmade oil painting * Style: Realism, Art Deco * Materials: hardboard * Signed by artist * NO FRAME Original Created: 2021 Subjects: Food Materials: Cardboard Styles: Pop Art Art Deco Realism Impressionism Mediums: Oil newspaper varnish Details & Dimensions Print: Giclee on Fine Art Paper Size: 10 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in Frame: White Size with Frame: 15.25 W x 15.25 H…
About The Artwork I love the smell of fresh pastries. And especially the smell of a croissant while you go to the coffee shop, one warm summer. These memories gave me the idea to write this story - fresh French croissant in the newspaper. DETAILS about artwork: * Name: Croissant * Painter: Julia Stankevych * Size: 12 x 16" (30 x 40 cm) * Original handmade oil painting * Style: Realism * Materials: stretched canvas, newspaper, gesso * Signed by artist * NO FRAME Original Created: 2021…
RadioaktywnySchabowy saved to Martwe Natury
“Food painting으로 잘 알려진 Sarah E. Wain(American), 그녀의 맛있는 그림. ※Oil on canvas”
Need more creative projects to help feed your imagination and inspire your next artistic masterpiece? We've put together a tasty roundup of nine art prompts centered around the ultimate creative stimulus: food. Enjoy!
The Eclectic Lady saved to Eclectic: Artist In You
Daily Paintworks - "Watermelon season" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Myroslav Mykolayenko
Pete Pfannenschmidt saved to Ideas for the House
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oil 12x12x1 1/2 inches magnify/purchase info Yesterday was National Donut Day. By 10:00 am the girl at the donut store was worn out and the two bottom shelves were empty. I took two glazed home and went back later for these beauties. They were still warm when I got them home. I wanted to eat one so bad!!! For this painting I toned my canvas with Indian Yellow and Thalo Red Rose which gives it a warm glow. This is painted on gallery wrapped canvas with sides painted and ready to hang…
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