Still Life With Yellow Melon And White Grapes is an original, one-of-a-kind still-life painting signed by artist Chevassus-Agnes Jean-Pierre. This piece of art was created in 2013 and the painter used oil on canvas. It measures 13" x 16" inch (33 x 41 cm) and is available for sale online for 1300 USD.
THOUGHTS ON PAINTING
With love, there is nothing that cannot be achieved, and the Still Life with Yellow Melon and White Grapes painting aims to prove that. The grapes lying off to the side of the painting symbolize abundance and are placed in front of the melons. The cut up melons serve the purpose of symbolizing love and fertility in the Hindu culture. These melons are open and honest with the world about their inner composition, and the melon is linked to ideas such as luxury, creativity, and, because of their flavor and consistency, sensuality. The grapes perpetuate the idea that through honest love, all of these things can be felt.
GETTING TO KNOW CHEVASSUS-AGNES JEAN-PIERRE
Chevassus-Agnes Jean-Pierre is an artist that has spent many years in academies and institutions to learn how to fine-tune his skills. The French painter learned to paint and come into his own style by studying the works of both western painters and Asian ones as well, combining their styles to create one of his own. Chevassus-Agnes Jean-Pierre has been featured in many exhibitions in his time, both on his own and as a part of a larger group of artists. He has been painting since the early 1960s and continues to do so to this day.