I present one of my watercolor works made in the period 2013-2014. In a series of these wonderful watercolors I combine the Baroque, Renaissance and Antiquity styles. The viewer seems to be immersed in other worlds filled with exquisite forms. The color of the works is restrained in brown and silvery blue.
Undoubtedly, these paintings are designed for a sophisticated viewer capable of subtly feeling the watercolor nuances. Works made on excellent watercolor paper of the company “Canson”.
The buyer will receive the paintings in a tube after which it is necessary to arrange them in a frame and glass them in a specialized workshop. I can also arrange them in a plastic frame, passport and shatterproof glass. But this will require additional financial costs (50 euros) and several days to complete this work …
When buying several watercolors, I promise a decent discount.
Sincerely, Alexander

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