I don't really want to sell him is a 12" x 10" oil painting by Peter Shostak created on canvas. This emotional oil painting captures a poignant moment of hesitation. The artwork portrays a young girl wearing a red headscarf, holding a chicken close to her chest at a bustling marketplace. Her expression is one of reluctance and attachment, suggesting that she faces the difficult decision of parting with her feathered companion. Shostak's piece resonates with the themes of rural life, the bonds we form with animals, and the personal stories behind everyday commerce.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 12" x 10" (The outside framed dimensions are 21" x 19")
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Display: The artist has framed this painting and it is reflected in the listed price.
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