Art springs to life and shares an untold story at the Marcus Ashley Gallery. Budding and seasoned collectors will appreciate Alexander Volkov art as well as the works of other famous artists on display. Here is where one can peruse the collections of Dr. Suess, Michelangelo, Frogman, and Mario Jung.
Volkov’s affinity for aged possessions that carry a rich history comes through in the Last Voyage. An abandoned boat sits in the middle of a pasture in broad daylight. The grassy earth provides the boat a place of rest. This painting is reminiscent of Volkov’s travels to Maine, where old fishing boats lie untouched in grassy fields.
He paints a forgotten vessel, tales of its illustrious past evident in the weathered, bleached wood. Perhaps it is lying in wait to be towed back into the river where it can relieve its best days. The artist’s sweeping yet deliberate brushwork adds a rich depth to this piece. He uses a muted palette of ashy greens and whites under a deep blue, cloudless sky.
Last Voyage will add warmth and character on a bare wall and accentuate a room’s aesthetic effortlessly. Interested buyers can reach out to the gallery for custom-framing requests.
|Dimensions||30 × 21 in|
Edition of only 25 worldwide, hand enhanced, signed and numbered by artist
|Shipping and Framing||
This will come to you either unframed and tubed with complimentary Continental U.S. shipping – use code ARTFREESHIP – or you can add a custom frame with us.