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Painting of the day/ Slika dana

oil on canvas/ ulje na platnu

This painting ended up as a gift intended to decorate the walls of my friend's studio (because I know that has enough paintings at home). It depicts island Hvar i.e. one spot on the island that is very dear to me.

Ova slika je završila kao dar čija će svrha biti ukrašavanje zida prijateljičina studija (jer znam da ima dovoljno slika kod kuće.) Oslikala sam otok Hvar, to jest jedno mjesto na Hvaru koje mi je jako drago.

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  1. Great post! Love it so much. Have an amazing day!


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  2. It's very beautiful and tranquil!

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  3. Hopefully your friend is really look that he got this wonderful painting! I love it <3

    xx from Germany/Bavaria, Rena

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  4. Beautiful !


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  5. This is really wonderful doll, love the colours. It looks really relaxing and calming. Always beautiful and creative :)) i hope you have a great weekend xx

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  6. Lovely painting..;)

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  7. Kojim sad rečima da te nahvalim :) Po meni je ovo pravo malo remek delo, te boje i kako si dočarala 3D utisak, prelepo!

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  8. Ma che bello, bravissima!!!!
    Quei colori sono stupendi! :D
    Baci!
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  9. Sicuramente sarà stato un regalo molto gradito, è stupendo Ivana, fa viaggiare!:)

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