Two Creamers and Orange
Soft, clear light fading off towards the edges lend “Two Creamers and Orange” a calming, gentle mood with a suggestion of mystery.
Background is never just background, nor is foreground just foreground, and this painting is dedicated to that notion. The richly brocaded cloth forming the backdrop is actually the center of interest, with great care and attention to detail lavished on it. The largest foreground object – the glass creamer – seems to be barely present. Ordinarily, the largest object would command the center of attention, yet here it is nearly a ghost.
“Two Creamers and Orange” is done with oil on panel, and measures 7×12 inches. This painting has sold, and is begin enjoyed by a long-time collector.
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