Playing on the slough at our neighbour's farm | 6" x 10"
About the Artwork
Playing on the slough at our neighbour's farm is a 6" x 10" oil painting by Peter Shostak created on panel. Peter has captured a beautiful scene of children playing on a frozen body of water on a serene winter evening. The children appear as tiny figures against the contrast of the darkening sky and the white snow, creating an enlivening atmosphere. The artwork is elegantly framed to add depth, with the classic frame design complementing the traditional feel of the rural setting. The matting and frame draw the viewer's attention inward, emphasizing the nostalgic and intimate portrayal of a cherished childhood memory.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 6" x 10" (The outside framed dimensions are 15" x 19")
Medium: Oil on Panel
Display: The artist has framed this painting and it is reflected in the listed price.
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