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2020

Giclée on photo rag 308 grams fine art paper

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Dimensions: 64cm (H) x 64cm (W) x 0.1cm (D) / 25.2" (H) x 25.2" (W) x 0.04" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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1979 is a collage/photographic print were I make use of traditional techniques (drawing, photography), as well new techniques (scanning, digital drawing/manipulating) to create a new and unique abstract work of art. This work shows elements of street art and abstract expressionism, as well it is influenced by industrial landscapes and my obsession for factories and smoke chimneys. It contents natural, black, grey and yellow color tones.

64x64c m -25.2 x 25.2 inches (image size: 60x60 cm - 23.6x23.6 inches) giclée with 2cm (0.8 inch) white border for framing on excellent Photo Rag 308 grams matte fine art paper.
Signed and dated on the back of the work.

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Artist Profile

Born: 1973

Hometown: Nijmegen

Based in: Nijmegen

Sander Steins (1973) is a self-taught artist/photographer from Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
He is obsessed with nature, industrial subjects and technology. He is also deeply interested in the darker sides of society and mankind.
Towards art media he takes a holistic approach. All the technological developments of the past decades have made it possible for him to experiment with new digital techniques. He still uses traditional techniques and materials like pencils, paint, graphite, oil pastels and ink. He blends all these new and traditional media in a wild and expressive way, often by building, destroying and rebuilding.


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