|Year of creation||2020|
|Dimensions||50 W × 70 H × 1.5 D cm|
|Type of art||painting|
Description of the Artwork “Aniva Lighthouse”
“Aniva Lighthouse”, oil on stretched canvas, 50x80 cm (19.7x27.5 inches) Aniva Lighthouse is an abandoned lighthouse that was built in 1939 on a small rock Sivuchya, near a hard-to-reach rocky Cape Aniva on the Sakhalin island. This area is magical itself, it is rich in currents, frequent fogs, underwater rocky banks. At first, the lighthouse was called - Nakashiretoko (Japanese 中知 床,), from the Japanese name of the cape, and later it was renamed Aniva Lighthouse. Without proper care and maintenance Aniva Lighthouse is gradually ruined, but by depicting disappearing architecture on canvas, an artist draws public attention to the beauty that should be appreciated and preserved. This artwork is available for sale. It will be a great present for a seaman, captain, yachtsman or for anyone who loves sea and yachts. This picture will decorate any interior, emphasize it, catch an eye, revitalize and fill any environment. It’ll be a heritage for your children and its price will get only higher by time as it’s an original work, one of a kind, painted by oil on an Italian canvas. The picture is available for sale. Price is only $525. Worldwide shipping. Till the end of October I offer a 10% discount on all my paintings! Original One of a kind artwork Artist: Olga Soldatova Size: 50x70 cm (19.7x27.5 inches) Material: oil on stretched Italian canvas, palette knife Signed on the front Subject: sea, yacht Certificate of Authenticity is included Delivered on stretched canvas with painted sides, unframed If you need a different size of the painting please do not hesitate to contact me directly and I'll paint you a new artwork for your dimensions. THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY WORK
Olga Soldatova, Ukraine
Hi! My name is Olga Soldatova, I'm from Odessa, Ukraine. I'm an artist and work with different techniques: watercolor, oil, acrylic, both for myself and for exclusive custom-orders. I paint on different surfaces: paper, canvas, wood and even on tree hollows! I'm one of the founders and promoter of a new art - #NatureArt. It's similar to street-art, but here nature and art are harmonically intertwined and complimened together. I also like sketching and periodically organize plainairs and #sketching_in_travelling both in native city and abroad.