Mothers & Daughters
Mothers & Daughters Oil Painting
This is an original hand-painted oil replica of Mothers & Daughters by Italian artist Pino. This oil painting painting measures 24 x 30 ” inches in oil on canvas. Wrapped canvas is professionally stretched on 0.75 ” stretcher bars. Moreover, painting arrives framed and ready to hang. A wide 2,75″ wooden frame included with purchase. Please note, this is an original oil painting on canvas by Tatyana Zen, painted from close observation of the original painting Mothers & Daughters by Pino. Since his passing in 2010, his original paintings are in high demand among art collectors with an appetite for Impressionism.
Also, see Images of Beautiful Women Celebrating Motherhood article for more paintings by Pino. Or, check out Tatyana’s Female Art Collection focused all around the divine feminine subject. If you enjoy Impressionism, view John Singer Sargent Inspired Collection.
In response to Covid-19, part of proceeds donated to Feeding America charity. The Feeding America network is the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, working to connect people with food and end hunger.
A while back, while living in Arizona, I’ve visited the Mainview Gallery located in Old Town Scottsdale. I have admired beautiful paintings by my fellow contemporary artists. However, there was one particular piece radiating feminine energy and joy of motherhood. It was Mothers & Daughters painting by Pino, an Italian Romantic Impressionist artist. I was fortunate to make a replica. Read More
About Italian Artist Pino
Pino Daeni (1938 – 2010) was an Italian-American book illustrator and artist. A prolific artist, he produced romantic images of beautiful women in Impressionistic style. He had designed more than 3000 covers for books and magazines. Pino’s art elicit feelings of warmth, nostalgia, love and family. Often, his paintings often delight with vibrantly sunny beaches, typically in the Mediterranean where he grew up. Pino’s gift was an exceptional ability to capture the movements and expressions of his subjects, celebrating the divine feminine. Pino’s alter ego, a young boy surrounded by beautiful women, plays with emotion ranging from adoration to isolation. Although, some of Pino’s paintings are romantic and sensuous, with atmosphere of anticipation. Others exude maternal love celebrating the strength, charm and beauty of women and the innocence of children.
Impressionistic Painting Technique
Impressionism is a 19th-century art movement with the most recognizable painting techniques. Influenced by invention of Photography, Impressionists painted real life scenes and landscapes with people. Moreover, spontaneously applied brushstrokes, depicted the atmospheric conditions at the day, often with precision similar to photography. Impressionism is characterized by relatively small, thin, yet visible brush strokes, open composition, inclusion of movement as a crucial element of human perception and experience, and unusual visual angles. It originated with a group of Paris-based artists whose independent exhibitions brought them to prominence during the 1870s and 1880s.
Pino is an Impressionist artist, however, his art bears imprint of the famous society painters of late 19th century and early 20th century. America had its John Singer Sargent, Italy its Giovanni Boldini, Scandinavia its Anders Zorn and Spain had Sorolla. Characterized by exquisite charm and pleasing disposition, these sunlit paintings were elegant, extravagant. Using free dazzling brushwork they make realistic painting dynamic, expressive and alive.
Qualities of Oil Paintings
Oil paintings possess an unsurpassed richness, depth and luminosity that lends itself well for capturing highly realistic objects and scenes. Oil pigments have long been the medium of choice for artists throughout history. For example, Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci is one of the most famous oil paintings. In the early days, these paints were made with extracts of linseed, poppy seeds, walnuts, and safflower mixed with various natural pigments. Oil paintings are incredibly durable and have been first used in 12th century for Buddhist paintings in caves of Afghanistan. Oils gained popularity in the 15th century as a prefered medium. Renaissance oil masterpieces continue to intrigue and delight audiences despite being hundreds of years old. Even though oil paint dries slowly, Tatyana prefers oils for their ability to create interesting glazes by layering thin washes. See other oil paintings by Tatyana.
About the Artist
Russian-born and California-based, Tatyana Zen is a classically trained artist. Tatyana’s background in technology, design and philosophy blends into colorful artistic voice, intricately reflecting different points of view. In essence, her artwork draws inspiration from the human form, sci-fi, pop-culture, glamour, fashion, Zen philosophy and everyday life.
Tatyana was fortunate to learn the secrets of Old Masters as a copyist at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. Furthermore, she has developed her own painting method to achieve luminosity and depth of color. A nature lover, Tatyana often incorporates organic elements in her paintings from coffee and tobacco to diamonds and gold. Read Bio.
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