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Mediterranean Blue | Original art on canvas by Maryanne Khan

$350.00

1 in stock

Step into a tranquil Mediterranean escape with “Mediterranean Blue” by renowned Australian artist Maryanne Khan. This captivating painting effortlessly captures the serene ambiance of a Mediterranean interior with its soothing hues of blue and green. The composition features two elegant wrought-iron chairs adorned with plush cushions, flanking a central red table with a striking green vase filled with delicate wildflowers. The painting’s rich, vibrant colors evoke a sense of calm and relaxation, making it a perfect addition to any living space or art collection.

Maryanne Khan’s masterful use of color and light brings this scene to life, inviting the viewer to immerse themselves in the tranquil beauty of a Mediterranean afternoon. The play of light and shadow, combined with the intricate details of the furnishings, showcases Khan’s exceptional skill and artistic vision. Whether you’re an art enthusiast or simply looking to enhance your home’s decor, “Mediterranean Blue” is a timeless piece that will bring warmth and elegance to any room. 35cm x 35cm.

ARTWORK DETAILS:

All artworks are hand painted original works by artists located in the Riverina NSW.

The artworks are created using artist quality materials and all are ready to hang in your home or office.

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FRAMING

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