A colorful and eye-catching still life painting with red and yellow onions. This realistic depiction of onions will look great in a dining room or other setting where food is served and consumed.
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Details & Description
Title: Still Life with Red and Yellow Onions Size: 18″ w x 18″ h Canvas Type: Gallery Wrap Stretched Canvas Signed: On the front COA: Signed Certificate of Authenticity
A one-of-a-kind still life painting of a pile of red and yellow onions against a dark background. This is a colorful and vibrant painting, which makes it very eye-catching. In this composition, strong lighting is used to highlight the texture of the onions, making them more appealing to the viewer. Hand-painted and signed in lower left corner by fine artist Teresa Bernard.
The painting Still Life with Red and Yellow Onions may be exhibited without the necessity of a frame. The artist has skillfully carried the composition onto the sides of the gallery wrap stretched canvas, which it is hand-painted on. Framed or unframed, it will look fantastic framed if that’s your preference!
The copyright watermark ©️ teresabernardart.com is not present on the physical canvas art.
This is a realistic still life painting of red and yellow onions. I wanted to try something different than the previous still lifes I’d done. The shapes, colors, and placement of the onions piqued my interest as well. This art piece will look great in a formal dining room, café, or restaurant.
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