YAROSLAV SOBOL • In the shade of orange trees. 2023

A dark-haired youth stands in the shade of orange trees. He is handsome, calm and his body smells like the sea. Quiet Greek evening and the smell of warm oranges. I don’t want to wake up at all!

For your attention is a new painting by an experienced Ukrainian artist Yaroslav SOBOL ” In the Shades of Orange Trees”. This stunning original oil painting captures a serene Greek evening ambiance. In this artful creation, a dark-haired youth is portrayed standing gracefully amidst the shade of vibrant orange trees. With an irresistible handsomeness and an aura of tranquility, he exudes a captivating aura. As you gaze upon this remarkable artwork, you’ll find yourself transported to the picturesque Greek countryside, where the scent of warm oranges fills the air and a subtle briny scent captures your senses, evoking memories of the sea. This exquisite figure painting is a true testament to the artist’s skill and attention to detail. It beautifully captures the essence of a quiet Greek evening, enveloping you in a world of peaceful harmonies and vibrant natural beauty.

• This is an original artwork. This is not a print or a copy. This painting was made with Oil paints, paint brushes, palette knife and cover with a glossy picture varnish.
• The certificate of Authenticity is attached.
• The painting will be delivered to you within 20-30 working days by Postal Service “UkrPost”.
• Highly safe packaging with thick cardboard and bubble wrap.
• The sides are painted, signed on the front and the back, ready to hang.

• The installation of equipment for fixing the picture on the wall, as well as the signature of the picture on the reverse side, is carried out immediately before sending the picture.

If you have any questions feel free to get in touch.

Thank you for your attention!

YEAR 2023
MEDIUM Oil on canvas
SIZE 50×25 cm. // 19,7×9,8 in.

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