Wine cellar series by Osi

Wine cellar series

And again a painting finished - maybe something for the wine tavern
Do you have any idea how I could name this painting?
Oilpanting
Canvas on Hardboard
50*40 cm / 19,7*15,75 Inches
Available
I think the templates for this series comes from a Russian artist, unfortunately I do not know the name.
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10 comments
Very comical and so typical of a 'Friar Tuck' monk!!! Lovely detail and it tells a good story!! Chris
over 1 year ago
Fantastic Details, Osi... Love this character with such RICH colors... Fabulous work on the bottles/kegs and background and his rosy round face is Superb.. difficult angle to paint! Excellent work!
over 1 year
Love the facial expression and attitude of the friar/monk and detail in the wine cellar. Suggested title - "Prayers and Tipple"
over 1 year
I would call it " Collecting The Empties " Osi, Fine work again I see.
over 1 year
Super work Osi
over 1 year
Sampling the Merchandise or Tasting the Wares might be a title suggestions! This is such a great painting with so much to look at with all the wonderful kegs in the background with wonderful lighting touches everywhere!!!
over 1 year
Brilliant work Osi. I just love everything about this. He looks like he is tasting the wine. Don't know what condition he will be in when he is finished though. Take care my friend and wonderful work again.
over 1 year
This is great Osi, a very light hearted scene and so well painted with wonderful colours!
over 1 year
I am just loving your wine cellar series!
over 1 year
Wonderful work Osi. love how you did the stones on the floor.
sy
over 1 year
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