Christina Tarkoff Oil Paintings

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Waiting at Suburban Station

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Waiting at Suburban Station

from 32.00

The Original Painting is SOLD. Prints are still available.

Original Painting size is 12x16 inches. Oil on stretched linen canvas.

  • Price for Original Painting includes Black Floater Frame.

  • Canvas Wrap Prints are available with or without Black Floater Frame.

  • Deluxe Prints are matted and available with or without Standard Black Picture Frame with crystal clear protective acrylic sheet.

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The Original Painting is SOLD. Prints are still available.

Original Painting size is 12x16 inches. Oil on stretched linen canvas.

  • Price for Original Painting includes Black Floater Frame.

  • Canvas Wrap Prints are available with or without Black Floater Frame.

  • Deluxe Prints are matted and available with or without Standard Black Picture Frame with crystal clear protective acrylic sheet.

The Original Painting canvas size is 12x16 Inches.

I use the highest quality artist oil paint on studio-wrapped stretched linen canvas.

THE ORIGINAL PAINTING IS FRAMED AND READY TO HANG IN YOUR HOME OR OFFICE.

In addition to the original painting, you can order canvas & paper prints in various sizes. Click the drop down "Select Options" menu for sizes and price.

For inquiries and purchases, contact me at christina@christinatarkoff.com, or simply use the "ADD TO CART" button.

The Story of “Waiting at Suburban Station.”

Suburban Station is part of Philadelphia’s Regional Rail Transit System. The Station is located in the heart of Center City Philadelphia. The Regional Rail lines are widely used to transport folks from the suburbs into Center City.

One evening while waiting at “Suburban” for a train to transport us home from an evening in Center City, I noticed this dad and his kids waiting for the next train to arrive. Generally, parents traveling around with their kids have all kinds of strollers and equipment, and electronics to occupy their kids while moving around the city. This dad and his kids were waiting patiently. No fuss, no loud and frantic commands, just the kids and the dad. Waiting together. They did not seem to need any extraneous items. They simply and beautifully had each other.

I hope you can sense the beauty and simplicity of this tableaux. I had to paint it. I had to share it. Please enjoy it as much as I enjoy creating it. Lt me know!

I take every step to ensure this online image is as accurate as possible to the original painting. However variations in color may occur due to monitor differences.