I love the thin line between seasons. It creates an uniquely wonderful mixture of colors and shades.
Especially when autumn meets the winter. Autumn colors are not gone yet. And here comes the white winter to give at the same time a special glow to the tree trunks and a mat look to the the tenacious leaves.
So many unexpected shades and such a pictorial sceneries!

This original oil painting is done on stretched cotton canvas.
Sides of the painting are painted so it is ready to hang.
The painting will be sent safely packed within 4 working days after the purchase. A certificate of authenticity will be enclosed.

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