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by Mirek Kuzniar
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Loving couple strolling on the south bank of the Thames on a cloudy late autumn afternoon. The street lamps are already shedding their first light.... more
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Loving couple strolling on the south bank of the Thames on a cloudy late autumn afternoon. The street lamps are already shedding their first light. And the trees on the right, which are reflected in the wet asphalt, are bare and approaching winter. In front of them lies the Palace of Westminster. And an overcast and rainy sky stretches over Big Ben.
A damp late autumn impression that gives the painting a fresh liveliness.
Oil painting on canvas in spatula technique with certificate of authenticity, as well as signed on the front and back.
Professional stretcher frame made in Germany, made of softwood. Covered by hand.
The edges of the canvas are painted black with acrylic paint.
Mirek Kuzniar (born August 12, 1968 in Boleslawiec, Poland) is a German modern painter. He lives since 1981 in Heilbronn, Germany. Mainly he paints with a palette knife and oil colors. Landscapes, cityscapes and people belong to his favorite motives. Because of the luminous color, his works appear to be very colorful and lively and reflect a magnificent freshness of everyday life that is attractive to all ages. My Homepage: https://www.mirekkuzniar.de
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