"Harvest Time" is actually a version of another painting called "Kids Eating Mangoes," one of Cyril Maza's first paintings and was inspired by "Bukid Painting" of a Filipino hyper-realist painter Dante Hipolito. It shows a group of teenage kids having fun and eating mangoes, with a farmer and some farm animals around them, depicting a typical farm scene in some rural villages in the Philippines.
A nipa hut is shown standing not so far away from where the kids are. There is also a carabao, a couple of ducks, a rooster, a dog, a couple of pigs, piles of rice straws; as well as trees, mountains, and rice fields, in the background.
The original is a 20" X 30" acrylic painting on canvas, painted by husband and wife, Cyril Maza and Lorna Llanes D. Maza (LLDM).
The original painting has already been sold to an art collector in Australia. However, prints, posters, and greeting cards of this painting are still available and can be purchased from this website.
This painting has/had been FEATURED in the following groups:
1.) Self-Taught Artists: January/February 2013
2.) Asian Perspective: March 2013
3.) AutoDidact Artists: April 2013
4.) Asian Artists: April 2013
5.) Naive Art: April 4, 2013
6.) Artist News: April 12, 2013
7.) Comfortable Art: May 6, 2013
8.) Your Best Work: May 11, 2013
9.) Excellent Self-Taught Artists: May 24, 2013
10.) Best Art Ever: October 20, 2013
11.) M.O.U.S.E.- Meanings Of Unique Sublime Effect: July 19, 2014
October 27th, 2012
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