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Watermelon flavor Painting

Size (WxH): 31" x 28" inch (80 x 70 cm)
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Painted in (year): 2012
Category: original still-life paintings

TAGS:OilMedium (21 to 39 inch)ImpressionismStill-Life

Aleksandr Breskin
Aleksandr Breskin

Watermelon Flavor is an original, large one-of-a-kind still-life painting signed by artist Aleksandr Breskin. This piece of art was created in 2012 and the painter used oil on canvas. It measures 31" x 28" inch (80 x 70 cm) and is available for sale online for 980 USD.


The Watermelon Flavor painting is reflective of a number of different emotions tied to the human experience. Religion, renewal, temptation and fear; these are common elements experienced in life, and with this piece, they are exhibited beautifully. The main focus lies on the watermelon that is so rich with nourishing water it is one of the most refreshing treats on an oppressively hot day. Alongside that sense of invigoration lays the pear, the symbol of God's love, and an orange that symbolizes renewal, suggesting liberation found in faith. There is an apple there, too, that speaks to temptation and sin along with the dark bottle that is heavy with the feeling of confinement. Yet a light shines over each of these items, suggesting that even when one is fraught with inner turmoil, there is always something to guide them out of it.


A modern Ukrainian artist, Aleksandr Breskin has been a professional artist since the year 1974. He works in a number of different art techniques to create his unique pieces. He was educated in art schools since his childhood and continued his work in a number of academies and private art schools as he aged in order to fine-tune his work. Aleksandr Breskin's art has been featured in different exhibits across a number of different countries and has been a part of a few different Russian competitions.