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Size (WxH): 22" x 20" inch (55 x 51 cm)
Medium: Acrylic on Wood Panel
Painted in (year): 2016
Category: original floral paintings

$350 USD

This painting is sold.

TAGS:OilMedium (21 to 39 inch)FloralExpressionism

Emilia Milcheva
Emilia Milcheva

Fleeting Beauty is an original, one-of-a-kind floral painting signed by artist Emilia Milcheva. This piece of art was created in 2016 and the painter used acrylic on wood panel. It measures 22" x 20" inch (55 x 51 cm) and is available for sale online for 350 USD.


The passionate red and romantic pinks of the blooms in the vase can be distinctly seen and speak to the fire of life that is within all of us during the beauty of our youths. White and gray colors are flung about on top of the reds and pinks in the Fleeting Beauty Painting, representing the process of aging that we all must go through. The murky browns and dark blues of the background from which the white colors are introduced symbolize the trials of life that seek to steal our inner beauty as well. Still, the red peeking through reminds us that we are all beautiful, regardless of age and of personal hardship.


With the goal of allowing herself to connect with the world around her, Emilia Milcheva is a self-taught artist who strives to recreate the beauty of the world and the way in which is makes her feel. With each stroke of her brush, Emilia Milcheva feels as if she is one step closer to the natural beauty and the native creatures around her.

"I would call this painting a dynamic still life. Flowers who came flying from the land of the fairies and who will soon fly away toward eternity.

This original painting is a mixed media painting /acrylic and oil paints/. It is done on vinyl paper mounted on a MDF board.
The painting will be sent framed and safely packed within 4 working days after the purchase. A certificate of authenticity will be enclosed.

*** please bear in mind that colours may slightly vary between the actual original painting and the way it looks on your screen due to different monitors settings***"

~Painter Emilia Milcheva~