Bread and Wine – Still Life Painting

painting by Pat Harrison

Wine and Bread

I am currently working on a project for an exhibition which I have arranged in a wine-producing region of the Black Forest. So the obvious choice of subject for my still life painting would be wine and grapes with other related objects to tempt the taste buds.

The Black Forest is known for its excellent wine and smoked ham which you can see in the background.

The composition was created by combining ideas from various photographs. It was painted in acrylics on 24x32cm Hahnemuhle fine art carton. The original and limited edition prints are available upon enquiry.

There is an enlarged view when you click on the painting. You will find more pictures here.

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About landscape painter

Painting and drawing have been my passion from early childhood. I have attended numerous exhibitions in England and Germany. Presented with the Judges Award at a show I now have one of my paintings on permanent display at a museum in Greater London with growing sales and commissions.
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2 Responses to Bread and Wine – Still Life Painting

  1. Jon says:

    Has a kind of surreal quality to it. Maybe its the background(?)

    • My PC was down so please excuse the late reply. The painting was created after looking at various photographs of specialities offered by local people of the area where my exhibition was to take place. So if you want to call the composition surreal, maybe it is.

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