Oil and acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 120cm (H) x 120cm (W) x 5cm (D) / 47.2" (H) x 47.2" (W) x 2" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
I liked drawing abstractions so much that I decided to continue this topic. Moreover, the first work was sold in 1 day !!! I haven’t had such a sales speed yet.
This work is more difficult for perception. This is not such a nice spot in the interior. It is unpleasant and rather annoying than reassuring. And I did it on purpose. And also this wild color. The color of chronic fatigue.
Subtle connoisseurs say that expressive abstraction has remained in the deep past. Maybe. Call it any other term. It doesn’t matter to me at all. It is important that I want and can make such strange pictures and show them to you.
I can send the work as a rolled up canvas, or as a whole, stretched on a stretcher. No problem, at the same time (a week or so). But for other money. As it turned out, the dimensions matter to the carrier. Therefore, sending a painting by the tsedik will cost about E200 - 400.
The shipping price in a roll is indicated in the chapter Transportation and Delivery. Well, or somewhere on the topic.)
I do this only to answer all your questions. A lot of people wanted to get the whole picture, but I had no experience of sending in this way and I did not know how much the packaging and sending of the whole thing could cost.
Now I have a similar experience and can deliver a picture in any form to anywhere in the world.
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Based in: Prague
Andrianov Igor (Shulman) 28.02.1959 was born in the city Tver, Russia. After the termination of Venezianov Art college. (Interior designer) He is a regular participant in huge art exhibitions at a regional and republican level. His works are in museums, galleries and private collections almost worldwide. From 1999 onwards, he lives and works in Prague as Shulman.
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