Oil painting “Dragon Queen”, Canvas, Mixed media, Contemporary art, Fantasy, Russia, 2018

$ 600
Condition: new
Location: Russia, Moscow
Product availability: Available
Lilit Shintaro. Dragon Queen
Original oil painting by Lilit Shintaro

Artwork description:

✧ All these paintings are unique and have no copies.
✧ Colors may vary slightly due to different computer monitors.

▪️ TITLE: "Dragon Queen"
▪️ SIZE: 23.6" x 31.4" x 1.4” (60 x 80 x 3.5 cm )
▪️ MATERIAL: oil, canvas
▪️ MEDIUM: mixed media oil painting on canvas by brush and palette knife
▪️ SIGNED: Yes, it is signed and dated on the front and back by the artist.
▪️ FRAME: The picture is ready to be hung on the wall.
This picture is painted on stretched canvas with a gallery-wrapped edge.
(GALLERY WRAPPED simply means the canvas has been secured and stapled on the back to give the canvas a nice finished edge.)
Your painting will be professionally packed with great care.
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ID: 40642
Artist: Lilit Shintaro (b. 1986)
Originality: Original
Year of manufacture: 2018
Applied technique: Mixed media, Oil paint, Oil painting
Medium: Canvas, palette-knife
Size: 80 x 60 x 3,5 cm
Framing: Unframed
Art style: Contemporary art, Figurative, Modern, decorative
Historical era:
Genre: Fantasy, Mythological
Shipping to: Worldwide
Payment method: Wire Transfer, Credit card, Paypal, Cash
Delivery method: Postal service, Courier service
Purchase returns: 7 days
Country or place of origin: Russia
Object type: Oil painting
Keywords: Blue color, Body, Dragon, Green color, People, demon, dragon wings, horns, inspirational, little dragon, queen, shintaro artworks, symbolism, wings, woman

Information about the artist

Lilit Shintaro is a Russian artist, working and living in Moscow.
Her main inspiration comes from human nature and our reality. She expresses herself through forms of the usual objects taking them from the environment and placing their shapes into her paintings.

Lilit has lots of what to say to all the world with her artworks and she does it. Instead of showing everything to the viewer, she gives them a reason to contemplate based on stories that are hidden inside her paintings.