Where Dreams Are Made

2.925,00

  • Technique Acrylic on Linen
  • Size 100 x 100 cm
  • Edition Unica
  • Art lease 87,75 monthly
  • You save 58,50 monthly
  • Art purchase scheme 10 X 292,50 interest-free
Rent for € 87,75 p/m
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The painting “Where Dreams Are Made” by Yulia Muravyeva is a beautiful work of art and a unique piece that seems to come to life instantly. The flowers are applied with a thick layer of paint, giving them an extra dimension. The sides of the painting are painted, allowing it to be hung directly on the wall. Upon purchase, you will receive a certificate of authenticity. This artwork is available in our art loan and also for sale online. Once you place your order, we will quickly contact you to arrange a delivery appointment. Insured shipping within the Netherlands costs €49.50 (for other countries the price is on request) and delivery time is 1-3 business days.

Yulia Muravyeva, born in Russia and now living in the Netherlands since 2010, discovered her talent for drawing and painting at an early age, which was a pleasant surprise to her parents. Her love of mixing colors dates back to her childhood. She later studied at university to become a drawing teacher in classical arts, specializing in restoring paintings and painting icons. Yulia’s paintings are unmistakable. Her works with colorful fields of flowers are always refreshing and joyful. She paints in an abstract style, where the flower buds are on the canvas with thick layers of paint, as well as in a more detailed style. The background always shows beautiful color transitions that evoke a positive and warm feeling. Although her work is becoming more modern and abstract, hints of classical influences can still be seen at times. The thickness of the flowers gives the artworks an extra dimension that is difficult to capture in photographs. You are welcome to come admire the artworks in the gallery or even bring a piece of art on view.