Roses and Limoges Porcelain
About This Product
An original oil sketch of a still life painting on panel.
“The rose is fairest when it’s budding new, and hope is brightest when it dawns from fears.” – Sir Walter Scott. The soft colors of these lavish roses effortlessly complement the delicate pattern of the Limoges porcelain. This painting speaks of how the small details, the delicate attributes can add the most texture and richness.
14 inches (h) x 11 inches (w)
All sketches are sold unframed
The frame(s) shown in the preview image are for reference only and may not be sized accurately to the painting.
What is an Oil Sketch?
Traditionally, an oil sketch was an artwork intended as a quick study for a larger commissioned piece. These beautiful oil paintings are often smaller in size than other works and may be completed in less time.