This painting identifies itself well. As one of the magnificent works from Sergey Melnik. The light brush strokes all around the painting seem to be a mark to identify Melnik’s works.
In this pictorial art, Melnik painted a fierce-looking lady in a harlequin costume. Well detailed by her funny hat with a pointed face mask playing the violin.
The whole visual representation has a unique element to it. For instance, with a closer view of the violin, one can see that out of four strings, one is missing. Melnik painted the Harlequin playing a three-string violin.
It is natural that violinists are always seen to play the instrument with enthusiasm. But Melnik departed from the common thought to realize this piece of art.
Lastly, although the painting seems a bit shocking and scary, the colors are soothing. Nonetheless, Melnik engaged a brilliant way to create a distortion in the appreciation of the viewer. Also, a view alone sparks curiosity on what makes the violinist angry?