Oil on cardboard, 70x90 cm, 2000 /// Edgars Vinters (1919-2014) is known as a Latvian landscape and still life painter. His style is characterized by following the tradition of Realism and Impressionism. He studied at the Art Academy of Latvia and his lecturers were under the classics of Latvian painting of the 20th century. His works have been exhibited at the Roy Miles Gallery in London and his flower paintings were once purchased by Diana, Princess of Wales at a charity auction. The composition is made following the principle of framing and bringing the main objects closer to the surface. The forms of chestnut leaves are created with extended, expressive brush strokes varying in several green shades. Also observed depiction of illuminating sunlight in the green tree foliage. Mastery designed white chestnut flowers considering the accuracy of brushstroke technique and colour in their modelling. Blue and clear skies are visible in the background. The artist’s signature and dating are on the lower right side of the painting.
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