A still life painting of clay pottery done in earth tones using a limited color palette.
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Title: Still Life with Clay Pottery Size: 14" w x 11" h Canvas Type: Traditional Stretched Canvas Frame: Unframed Signed: On the front COA: Signed Certificate of Authenticity
A still life painting of clay pottery discovered in an Iron Age kitchen. It’s done in earth tones and has a limited color pallet. A clay pot and oven are seated among large rocks used to heat the pottery for cooking, with an adobe wall in the background. The painting is signed in the lower left corner by fine artist Teresa Bernard.
Still Life with Clay Pottery is hand-painted on a traditional stretched canvas and unframed. It will need to be framed before it can be shown because the side-stapled edges are left unpainted.
©️ teresabernardart.com is a copyright watermark and is used for online purposes only. It is not present on the actual canvas panting.
Still Life with Clay Pottery is a monochromatic painting that features everyday household items that would have been found in a typical kitchen in Israel or Jordan during the Iron Age (1200-586 B.C.). While visiting the “Holy Land Photos” website, I found some interesting photos of a reconstructed Israelite House on display at the Haaretz Museum in north Tel Aviv. This painting is from one of those photos.
Note: Permission to use the photo as a painting source is courtesy of Holy Land Photos.
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