The relationship between a father and his young son is sometimes like trying to tame a hyperactive puppy on too much caffeine. The father tries to maintain control, giving orders like a general, while the son runs around causing mischief like a little tornado. It's a constant battle between authority and chaos, with the father trying to teach important lessons like 'don't stick your fingers in the socket' and the son responding with a charming 'but it's fun!'. At the end of the day, both are exhausted but know that at least they survived another day of madness together.

Size: 100x120x2cm
Technique: Pastel  and oil on cotton paper on wood
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