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Sights In The Forest 2 is a creation by the artist Monik Robichaud. Category Nature, Landscape, Countryside, Figurative, Joy, Naturalism, Painting, Acrylic. 14x14 Acrylic on canvas. Acrylic. 137 views, 13 appreciations, 1 comment.

Sights In The Forest 2

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Monik Robichaud
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Equipment 14x14" Acrylic on canvas
Technical Acrylic
34 views by artists
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Uploaded 23 May 2019 at 07:53pm
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Radek Kilinski I like this painting very much, it reminds me of the forest in which I wander in the spring. A beautifully presented fragment of the forest - just before the summit, various species of trunks in convenient directions, plumb the picture. In the distance where the eye can see, you can see other rim of the forest and the blue sky :) Monik, this is very energetic painting.
23 May 2019 at 09:54pm

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