Alley with Blooming Flowers

1,495

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    • MaterialCopper
      Capacity750 ml
      Care InstructionsClean your copperware by hand and avoid dishwasher. Use pitambari powder to clean copper utensils and wipe with soft cotton cloth Tarnish and Corrosion free, Attractive Printed Design, 100% pure copper, leak Proof/Spill free
      Ideal UsageWater Stored Over Night In Copper Utensil Is Essential For Hemoglobin Synthesis, Bone Strength And Immunity Building.
       
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Product Code: CWB7
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Design Inspired by Art

“Il Vicolo – The Alley”

-Oil on Canvas, Mouth Painted

Art by Natalina Marcantoni

Mouth Artist from Italy

Due to a polio vaccination Natalina became ill at the age of 11 months. The paralysis affected both lower limbs and, therefore, confined her to a wheelchair. At the age 0f 18, she attended compulsory school and a 3-year course for ceramic painting after which she began painting ceramics as a job for six years, which later became her passion. She displayed her objects of art at various exhibitions. An art critic referred to her works as an encounter with painting and poetry. She knows how to tell poetic stories with color. Her pictures convey a feeling, a passion, a zest for life.

Art by Natalina Marcantoni

Mouth Artist from Italy

Due to a polio vaccination Natalina became ill at the age of 11 months. The paralysis affected both lower limbs and, therefore, confined her to a wheelchair. At the age 0f 18, she attended compulsory school and a 3-year course for ceramic painting after which she began painting ceramics as a job for six years, which later became her passion. She displayed her objects of art at various exhibitions. An art critic referred to her works as an encounter with painting and poetry. She knows how to tell poetic stories with color. Her pictures convey a feeling, a passion, a zest for life.

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