Watercolor pastel "Lavender sketch" A43 is very convenient to arrange in a standard frame :) 297×420 mm
THE ONLY INSTANCE
AUGUST. To detain him, but...
Quietly leaves. No one will ask.
Like a scrolled movie,
Summer will end exactly in autumn.
Delicate original work this iridescent watercolor will look Wonderful in a light frame:)
Written on watercolor paper "Pearls of the Crimea" 200 gr with texture accid free 70% with cotton
Watercolour worked with pastels.
Gorgeous it will look in the design of the passport in a baguette under glass is Just gorgeous, a rich gift.
Watercolor always brings the interior a lightness and elegance.
The perfect gift will look great in any interior! Decorate any room, living room, dining room. In the morning, raise the mood :)
Buying watercolor can safely assume that you're getting an original and interesting work, it's not bright poster, this natural pigment is poured on cotton in floral spot of watercolors is very small it is a complex ancient technique and learn it to perfection is not given to many. Pure watercolor without acrylic.
Please keep in mind that in life the picture is more calm and pleasant tone warmer but retains the beauty :) Sophisticated pastels. Coated with a protective spray. Written on paper of ivory color.
Unique, single copy!
My watercolors I don't repeat!
I remind you that watercolor can not be as bright as on the monitor screen, the photo is in bright directional light
Will be sent in secure packaging. The picture should be in the passport the right tone baguette to your liking and under glass.
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All copyrights to my paintings and watercolors belong to me Melnikova Victoria I.
Original paintings - painting, becomes the property of the buyers.
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including the right to sell reproductions.
Thank you for your attention to my work with respect Victoria Melnikova-Painting Positive
How to keep
To draw in a frame under glass, preferably passport