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Mediterranean Still Life | Original art on canvas by Maryanne Khan


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Experience the timeless elegance of “Mediterranean Still Life,” a masterpiece by Australian artist Maryanne Khan. This exquisite painting transports you to a sunlit Mediterranean room, where a charming white pitcher brimming with vibrant wildflowers takes center stage on a rustic wooden table. The scene is beautifully framed by an open window, allowing soft sunlight to pour in and cast gentle shadows, creating a serene and inviting atmosphere.

Khan’s adept use of color and texture brings this still life to life, highlighting the delicate details of the flowers and the intricate patterns of the table. The harmonious blend of blues, greens, and whites evokes a sense of calm and tranquility, making “Mediterranean Still Life” an ideal addition to any home or office. This artwork not only showcases Khan’s exceptional talent but also adds a touch of Mediterranean charm to your decor.

Whether you’re an avid art collector or simply looking to infuse your space with a sense of peace and beauty, “Mediterranean Still Life” is a perfect choice. Its timeless appeal and exquisite craftsmanship make it a standout piece in any setting. 35cm x 35cm.


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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