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Preservation of yellow (70x90cm)
Category:
Sold
Composition:
1 painting
Main colour:
Red, yellow, orange, Black, white, grey
Media:
Canvas on a frame
Size of composition:
Medium (> 0,47 m2)
Description

Acrylic on canvas, 70cm x 90cm x 2cm.

 

Pablo Picasso was one of the greatest artists of the 20th century. Famous for his paintings and his quotes. While working on this painting for a client who specifically requested orange and yellow tones in the painting, I remembered this quote of Picasso “Some painters transform the sun into a yellow spot, others transform a yellow spot into the sun.”

 

As an abstract painter I do not strive to paint a recognisable object, like the sun. I strive to image feelings and emotions holistically in a painting, that might be related to an object. I want to paint the experience of the power and the energy of the sun, life that sprouts from this energy or the great feeling of the first sunrays on my face during spring.

 

I found inspiration in these words of Picasso, even if I did not transform the sun in a yellow spot, nor turned a yellow spot into the sun  (;-)

This colourful Abstract Statement Art already hangs in living rooms, bedrooms and offices of other art collectors and is unfortunately no longer available.  In the Webshop you can see inspiring works of art that are currently available. Both on sale or available through art loan.

 

If an inspiring hand-painted painting that you like is no longer available, or not of the right size, or if you are looking for something specific that fits your home or office interior, you can commision me for your own unique Statement Art. 

Curious?  Then read of how I got my inspiration for a commissioned work of art.

 

Besides visiting this online art gallery you are of course always welcome at my atelier & art gallery in Eindhoven or the showroom inVenlo.

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