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Title: Cloudly Sunset
Artist: Tipyakova Tatiana
Size: 16.5x6.5x5
Size (inches): 6.5x2.5x1.75
Price : $375 SOLD!


Tatyana Tipyakova of Fedoskino is the accomplished master responsible for the gorgeous artistry before you. Her ability to create realistic landscape themes is second to none. Because of the extraordinary details and surreal color schemes, Tipyakova has announced herself as one of the premier artists covering themes of this nature.
The work is called "The House located in the vast expenses of countryside". It shows a solitary peasant house located on the riverbank and all around it spreads a gorgeous landscape. The setting sun shines brightly in the dark sky. It emanates golden rays and makes the sky shimmer with red, orange and yellow tones. The waving river reflects the fire of the skies and all land seems to be overflowed with golden sunlight.
The box is originally designed. It has the slopping lid that helps the artist to reproduce the vast expenses of countryside. She continues to paint the composition on the slopping lid and the box's sides.
A layered combination of orange and red toned oils creates the immensely realistic haze of the setting sun. The entire landscape bathes in the radiant glow of atmospheric brilliance. By adding darker tones and more precise detail to the tree in the foreground, Tipyakova creates deep perspective. The background is painted rather vaguely; it strengthens perspective and reproduces the atmosphere of the fogged land. The river appears to be disappearing in the background meadow line.
The portion of the sun is painted in gold paints. Gold powder creates the brilliance of the sky and the river.
The box is constructed from paper-mache. Black lacquer is used to complete the exterior of the piece while red lacquer completes the interior of the box. The lid is hinged from the top of the composition and the box rests on four legs. The work is signed, titled and dated (2005) by the master.

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