In this painting, a young boy and his dog play on the lakeshore. It reminds us of happier times when we were carefree and the simple things in life amazed us.
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About a Boy and His Dog Painting
Title: A Boy and His Dog
Size: 24″ w x 18″ h
Support: Gallery Wrap Stretched Canvas
Shape: Horizontal (landscape)
Description: A painting of a young boy and his dog playing along the lakeshore as a toy boat sails by. The lake is brightly colored with blues and greens, and it is surrounded by trees, with a mountain range in the distance. The painting is signed by oil painting artist Teresa Bernard.
This painting is hand-painted on gallery wrap stretched canvas and does not require a frame before display since the composition extends around the edges of the canvas giving it a contemporary look. However, it will look great should you choose to have it framed.
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A Boy and His Dog is a painting reminiscent of the happiest times in life when we were carefree and simple things amazed us. Sometimes life gets so complicated that it’s nice to stop and remember the days of our youth.
When my children were young, like the little boy in this painting, I loved to watch their fascination with the simplest things in life. Things that, as an adult, I often took for granted. Sometimes it’s nice to slow down and enjoy simple pleasures like this again.
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UPDATED: 09 July 2022