This large ceramic wall tile was created completely by hand. Painting is only one, though the longest, of the 14 fundamental steps in the creation of this work of art destined to acquire value over time.
The still life depicted is a pictorial representation of inanimate objects. In addition to traditional fruits and flowers, still lifes also depict objects of various kinds, such as musical instruments, bottles or dead animals.
Famous still lifes representing fruit and flowers are those of great painters such as Caravaggio and Fantin-Latour.
We have further embellished this work of art with a forest green frame and a white ornamental decoration.
The work has been painted for several days and you can admire how the painter took care of the details from the small paintings that inexperienced eyes may seem superfluous, but they define the decoration and balance the shadows perfectly.
The characteristic shiny appearance of the ceramic, combined with the still life, gives the beauty of the object a paradoxical appearance and a refinement that can embellish the entire wall of a room.
This is a wonderful artistic object, able alone to furnish an entire wall of a room. You can see by observing the object closely the care of the brush strokes and the perfect shades of light. I recommend the purchase