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Original price $46.02 - Original price $154.75
Original price
$46.02 - $154.75
Current price $46.02
Size: 18″ x 24″
Depth: Premium Gallery Wraps (1.25″)
Product Description

Upgrade any room with art printed on top-quality canvas gallery wraps. Each wrap is made with finely textured, artist-grade cotton substrate which consistently reproduces your image in outstanding clarity and detail. Available in multiple sizes, these closed back canvases are built with a patented, solid support face and are excellent for indoor use.

.: 100% cotton fabric (400gsm)
.: Closed cardboard backing
.: Built with a patented solid support face
.: High image quality and detai
.: NB! For indoor use only

Shipping: 4-6 days
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Image Description

A skull, a glass vase of flowers, an hourglass, and two small dishes are arranged on a charcoal-gray ledge against a fawn-brown background in this vertical still life painting. Soap bubbles float around the objects to our right, and several insects alight on the flowers or ledge. At the center of the composition, the dark, parchment-colored skull is missing the lower jaw and front teeth, and the crown is wrapped with a single stalk of wheat. To our right of the skull and tucked in near the hollow of the cheek, a short, glass vase with a bulbous bottom, narrow neck, and slightly flaring lip holds four blush-pink flowers, perhaps roses, along with a white flower and a red one, perhaps carnations. A vine of royal-blue, trumpet-like flowers with pale yellow centers could be morning glories. Three of the pink roses are in full bloom and one, near the hourglass, is in bud form. The red and white carnations rest next to each other on or near the top of the skull. Deep green leaves fill the spaces between the loosely gathered flowers. Next to the vase, to our right, an hourglass has a cedar-red wooden frame, and about half the sand has dropped into the bottom bulb. A shallow dish, perhaps a shell, sits atop the hourglass with a short straw or stick resting against the lip to our right. One glistening soap bubble perches on the far end of the straw. Another small bowl and stick, this set of burnished gold, sits between the vase and skull. One of the blooming roses rests next to the skull, on the front left corner of the ledge. Several delicate soap bubbles rise above the hourglass along the right side of the painting. A golden brown moth with white markings floats above the bubbles, about to land on one of the roses. On the opposite side, a white moth with one black spot on its wing rests on a leaf near another rose. A white moth with black speckled wings clings to the front of the ledge, and a black and dark caterpillar flecked with gold climbs up under it. The artist painted his initials, “JVK,” on the front of the ledge, near a small red beetle. Light falls across the still life from our left, and panes from a window outside our view are reflected in the bubbles and on the glass vase.