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Original painting. Date of creation: 2018

⭐Currently exhibiting in the exposition of the Gallery of Nikolay Nikoghosyan, located in the city of Yerevan, Armenia

The picture depicts an elderly Indian who is watching a passing person (you yourself play the role of a passerby), and his faithful friend, a black kitten, looks out from behind the door. A person's eyes are the mirror of his soul. I like people with a clear and deep look, when they can look straight and calm, and when a person's lived life is imprinted on his face and in his eyes. Sometimes among the crowd you can meet a person whose gaze is full of observation and special depth. And it immediately becomes clear that this person has seen a lot and experienced a lot, and he has something to tell others.

This artwork was drawn from a sketch that I did during my expeditions to India. I bought a canvas and a stretcher from the local market and immediately began to paint. Therefore, when buying a painting, you have a chance to touch the real Indian aesthetics - despite the seeming unpretentiousness of the materials, the painting is stretched on a stretcher and executed perfectly.

Gaze (An Indian Man)

  • 🔸oil on canvas
    🔹️actual image size: 60×50 cm (23,6×19,7 in)
    🔸framed: 71×61 cm (28×24 in)
    🔹ready to hang
    🔸signed on the back
    🔹covered with acrylic-styrene art varnish, resistant to fading and easy to clean
    🔸shipped carefully packed in a box with all necessary paperwork
    🔹the process of packaging and shipping is recorded on video and sent to the buyer

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