The picture is made on 3 mm thick cardboard with lightfast oil paints.
Quiet summer evening, the moment of sunset. Twilight fell on the meadow, only the river in the distance reflecting the sky showed the way to the horizon. The clouds in the sky stretched out in long, winding lines.
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