Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 65cm (H) x 55cm (W) x 4cm (D) / 25.6" (H) x 21.7" (W) x 1.6" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Oil on canvas
The painting use knife carving on oil material.
Framed 65 x 55 x 4 cm
What are people's criteria for judging beauty? A beautiful face? A different existence? A feeling of pleasure? Or just follow what others say and make yourself feel the same way?
People say the Winged Victory is very beautiful. Admirers come to the Louvre from all over the world. A lot of them just to take a picture to prove they saw it and say to friends, look, this is Winged Victory, how beautiful! Is it really that beautiful in her mind ? not necessarily. If it has head, do you still think it is beautiful? I am afraid many people will have a negative opinion. What is it that blurs the eyes of human beings and makes people's judgments of beauty vary widely?
Based in: Beijing, China
Jia Yuan-Hua is a Chinese artist born in 1980 who lives and works in Beijing, China. Jia’s paintings are mainly based on oil and acrylic on canvases. His contemporary artworks focus on social issues such as the protection of historical buildings, the inheritance of traditional culture, the conflict between tradition and contemporary times, education reform and the sustainable development of the natural ecological environment. There are two main forms of expression in his works. One is a common realistic technique for paintings. The other form is to use an oil painting knife carving the surface of the oil on canvas with using also lines to express the outline of objects, either existed or vanished.
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