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A Wonderful Source For A Commissioned Oil Portrait For An Extremely Attractive Price

November 22nd, 2010

An oil portrait is an artistic representation of a person, where the face and its expression is predominant to the viewer. The artists intent is to portray the likeness and personality of the subject. For this reason, a portrait tends to be a composed image of a person in a still position. Portraits often show a person looking directly at the painter, in order to successfully engage the subject with the viewer.

I have a source that provides high quality original oil paintings of children, men, women, pets and other subjects.  The artists paint the subject using a photo as a reference.  The wonderful part is getting an “exceptionally fine quality oil painting at an affordable price.”  

My source offers a complete guarantee of satisfaction.

Capturing likeness of a subject is one of the most difficult tasks for an artist to master and being able
to do so in oil, the finest medium, is extraordinary.  All of the portraits share three qualities that you will
find in the examples below.  The artist captures and unmistakable likeness of the subject, the complexion of
the subject looks fresh and real, and the subject is a three-dimensional representation on a two-
dimensional canvas surface.

Contact – Beverly@BeverlyTaylorDesign.com 

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