Arabian Coffee Awakes – Ekin Cangal

Arabian Coffee Awakes - Ekin Cangal. Fine art original oil painting on a 91cm x 61cm stretched canvas created in 2008 using a knife. Produced in cooperation with Ilknur Erdir and Ekin. Original Available.

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Produced in cooperation with Ilknur Erdir and Ekin Cangal (Thanks Ilknur and Ekin)

In Tchaikovsy’s Nutcracker Ballet, the sinuous belly dancer Arabian Coffee Awakes to perform for Clara in the Kingdom of the sugar plum fairy, as performed by ballerina Ekin Cangal…

Painted entirely with a knife. A high level of contrast is provided and the colours made extremely rich, bold and lustrous, thus creating a very contemporary feel overall.

It’s a large, very dramatic, passionate, emotive, moody and atmospheric figurative dance painting that would not look out of place as a feature in a lounge, study, office, music room, conservatory, bedroom, hall, landing or similar room and be a focal point to be proud of.

This painting will be supplied framed in a heavy, high quality Arqadia frame.

Contact myself for more information about this beautiful work of art, or if you would like to purchase it. Obviously, the quality of the original painting and prints is much better than displayed here, though if you wish to make a closer inspection, please let me know of any specific area you’re interested in and I’ll e mail a higher resolution image to you.

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Berkshire based professional artist creating deeply passionate fine art in a contemporary realism style. I also undertake scanning and printing services, public and corporate art events, private coaching and commissions. Representation opportunities welcomed.

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