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This Abstract Is A Very Odd And Creative One, I Guarantee You That You Will Have People Talking About It. You Can Tell Its A Figure Of A Pregnant Woman, But The Conversation On It Will Be Mostly About How Strange Art Its Working Its Way Through. She Has An Really Big Torso And Her Legs Seem To Be Muscular, As That Was The Artist Intentions. She Does Not Come With Arms And The Rest Of Her Body Is Made Of Different Little Shapes To Imagine What Your Body Actually Looks Like Under Skin. The Sculpture Was Cast Using The Ancient Old "Lost Wax Method" Stained In Brown Patina. 100% Handmade And 100% Bronze, Mounted Atop A Black Marble Base And Signed Salvador Dali.
Salvador Dal? (May 11, 1904 ? January 23, 1989) Was A Spanish (Catalan) Artist And One Of The Most Important Painters Of The 20Th Century.He Was A Skilled Draftsman, Best Known For The Striking, Bizarre, And Beautiful Images In His Surrealist Work. His Painterly Skills Are Often Attributed To The Influence Of Renaissance Masters.His Best Known Work ,,The Persistence Of Memory" Was Completed In 1931. Salvador Dal?'S Artistic Repertoire Also Included Film, Sculpture, And Photography.
Artist: Peter Klebanow Title: White owl and black horses Medium: Collage Size: 11.5 in. x 8.5 in. (29.21 cm x 21.59 cm) Frame Size: 14.5 x 10.5 inches
"A L'Encre II" by Joan Miro, 1972 Unsigned Lithograph. Paper size is 14 x 10.5 inches, with an image size of 14 x 10.5 inches. The Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated A: Mint. Additional details: First printing Joan Miro color stone lithograph published by XXieme Siecle 1972, printed by Mourlot.Creating a lithograph requires quick drawing without hesitations or alteration, a solid and bare composition, free shapes in a fluid space. Pursuing this, Miro uses black ink with a range of values and refined tones, reaching wild and playful effects. With elements derived from Catalan traditional art and a spatiality, Miro gave his objects and symbols a proper life as subjects of stories from other worldly microcosms - the ideal reflection of a world longed for by the artist.
"Peintures Murales" by Joan Miro, 1961 Unsigned Lithograph. Paper size is 29.5 x 21 inches, with an image size of 29.5 x 21 inches. The Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: "Peintures Murales" Exhibition. 1961 before text, printed on Arches paper.Produced for the presentation of six mural paintings by Joan Miro at the Galerie Maeght, Paris (June - July 1961). Reference #13 from J. Corredor-Matheos, "Miro's Posters".Miro's art is based on the purity of poetic emotion and spontaneity of execution. The artist also found his favorite medium in lithography. The importance of his graphic work, continuous renewal and enrichment of his style show the high value which the artist attached to this medium of expression. Miro uses black ink with a range of values and refined tones, reaching wild and playful effects. With elements derived from Catalan traditional art and a spatiality, Miro gave his objects and symbols a proper life as subjects of stories from other worldly microcosms - the ideal reflection of a world longed for by the artist.
Beth Hoeckel's mixed media works are out of this world. This canvas gallery wrapped print is sure to shine, adding visual interest and depth to your home. Printed using high quality materials, the stretched canvas arrives ready to hang on your wall.