Thursday, April 23, 2009

"Limoncello"16 x 20
oil on cradled panel

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I had fun painting this one but the
lemons died several times before it got done. There was too much "life stuff" that got in the way before I was able to finish this one. A little background about the subject matter...the Deruta ceramic wine pitcher was given to my family by one of our cousins in Rome. We had gone to a beautiful restaurant in Castel Gandolfo where the Pope makes his summer residence and my mother expressed an admiration for the pitcher the house wine came in. Eugenio, our cousin, never letting an opportunity to please go by, went to the waiter and asked to buy the pitcher for my mother...a lovely present and wonderful remembrance. The whole set-up reminded me of the Italian liquor called Limoncello that my cousins make with the lemons from their lemon tree. The scarf is actually my daughter's that she bought while studying in Italy...I don't even think she knows I have it...


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3 comments:

LSaeta said...

I am so glad to have found your blog. I really like your painting style. Well done!

Marta M. Jamróz said...

I like it too. :-)

Marta M. Jamróz said...

I would like to link to your blog.