Oil on canvas
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We'd like to thank dr. Fred Meijer for his advice.
In Hendrik Verschuring's "The Rest before the Departure," we can see how a manis sitting proudly on his majestic steed. The light brown horse has a pristine white man and eyes that gleam with vitality. The horse, its mouth still dripping with water, bears the telltale sign of a recent drink, signaling a momentary respite in the midst of preparations. Its posture exudes a quiet power, a readiness to gallop forth into the unknown.
Three eager dogs encircle the horse, their stance a blend of eagerness and loyalty.
We can also see what seems to be the remnants of a ruin. The weathered stones echo the passage of time, hinting at tales of forgotten histories, adding a sense of mystery and depth to the scene. Amidst the potential chaos of departure, the ruins stand as silent witnesses, grounding the fleeting moment in a timeless continuum.
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