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An original painting created with oils and acrylics on a primed canvas. Approximately 35 x 45 x 1.5 cm in size. 

 

The original painting was created in response to an exhibition focusing on the the themes of love and loss. The artist focuses on the relationship between the mediums throughout the artistic process, blurring the boundaries between them and discussing what figurative work becomes with the sudden loss of identity.

 

This product will be sent tracked via Royal Mail, carefully packaged to protect the piece. 

'Hers' Original Painting

£125.00Price
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