Version Of Renoir's Two Sisters On The Terrace
Painting - Acrylic On Canvas
This is a hundred percent hand-painted version of Renoir's Two Sisters on the Terrace. The original size is 30" X 40" acrylic on canvas, painted by husband and wife, Cyril and Lorna Maza. The original painting has been sold to an art collector in Houston, Texas.
Year 2012, my husband and I went to Michael's department store to buy something for our gallery. When we finished shopping, we moved forward to the cashier to pay. Upon waiting and standing in line with the other customers, Cyril and I were talking, suddenly, a lady behind me was asking if we're doing paintings, and i replied yes. I took the 4G cellphone of Cyril in his hand and showed to the lady our paintings. She said nice and beautiful. Then she showed me also her painting from her cellphone, and i said to her, it's beautiful too. We paid the cashier and then we went out, rushing to go home, to do other painting. We're already outside from Michael's store when i heard someone calling and rushing. A big guy, asking if we can do painting for him, i said yes give me the picture. He replied, check it out in the internet he said. And then he gave us the name, "The Two Sisters by Renoir" he said. He gave his calling card then we part ways.
After few days we gave him a ring and said, we saw it already in the internet. We asked him what to paint, and he replied "The Two Sisters on the Terrace by Renoir." We painted the "Two Sisters on the Terrace" with pride and confidence. But we unveiled the background and make it more green to distinguish our own work from the original. Because, ours is only a version of Renoir's painting.
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October 27th, 2012
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