“Peacock on Its Pedestal”
The Original Oil Painting
Peacock Series #3
Size: 14 x 12 inches
Size: 35 x 30 cm.
Signed by artist Nancy Lee Moran
Style: Romantic Realism
Date of Creation: July 2012
Please note that no words are on the actual artwork. I added text here to protect the art on the web.
Surface (support): Firm cotton museum board. with two coats of gesso
Framing with glass is best, with an airspace between the oil surface and the glass.
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It is a 14 x 12 inches oil painting, from my own reference photo of the peacock on the white fence. This peacock prince seemed to desire a throne to show his storied past, so I added some decorative French scroll ironwork (in my own colors) and pedestals from the Victorian times. Peacocks have a “fierce” aspect of face and demeanor, which shows in his strong face. He must, after all, protect his territory . . . which is the reason for the sharp spur on the back of each sturdy leg. You can see one of the sharp spurs in this painting.
I am indebted to my friend Misy for letting me take photo references at her farm.
Painted with 100% lightfast oil pigments by Daniel Smith (USA) and Winsor & Newton (England)
As in usual in my art, the paint surface is delicate, clean, and refined.
In November 2016 I began to offer prints and products of this image online at Fine Art America.
On Fine Art America
Art copyrighted by Nancy Lee Moran, USA
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