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                         Painting: Acrylic

new work

Keywords: acrylic, culture, figurative, art, man                    

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About Artist

Rene Bachrach Kristofic

I was born in Zagreb. Live and work in Zagreb and Wiena. All of my work derives from my personal experience of being diagnosed with a terminal disease. The main theme of all of my work is - the end. End representing death, end of a period in life, childhood's end, end of the world. During my treatment, from something abstract, the end has become something very real to me, and it started to intrigue me. My work consists of painting cycles that always contain elements from my life. The cycles often appear as scenes from a comic book, or I use comic books as a source of inspiration. I'm also inspired by other media, such as movies or music and books. In particular, I'm intrigued by classical SF literature (Stanislaw Lem, Isaac Asimov, Philip K. Dick, Arthur C. Clark) and punk-rock culture of the 80's (works of Robert Longo). I also use comic strip and film framing and make use of the multiplicity of options to set my canvases within an exhibition area so that it allows various possibilities of interpreting a story. In addition, the possibility to place the canvases like triptychs with all possible combinations brings about a process where ''new'' paintings continue to appear within a composition, which allows the observer to find himself a story center of his own. Education: 2003. graduated from the School of applied Arts and Design in Zagreb 2009. graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb

More Paintings
Fishhaed

Drawing: Ink on Cardboard and Paper.

Drawing with ink and painting with acrylic on a collage of old sheets of encyclopedia "Meyers Konversationslexikon" from 1890 on cardboard,
with passe-partout-card 60 x 50 cm (23,62 x 19,69 inch)

Keywords: pirate, sailor, sea, blue, bluejacket, fish, head, deck-hand, fishhaed, seaman, jack, ocean

Untitled

Painting: Acrylic on Paper.

Extra Large original modern contemporary artwork.

Original female beach wear acrylic painting on paper, 300 gms.

Unframed painting.

Measures 70x100 cm, approx. 27.5 x 39.4 inch, fits in standard frames.

Signed on the back. 

It will be shipped rolled.

Keywords: sunglasses, modern acrylic painting, Modern Minimal art, large modern artwork, modern female figure art

The Years that Pass By

Time passes by so quickly, that it inspires Carlos Morales to freeze a moment through his art. He paints a scene from the city of Lima, with its ageless domes and bell towers in the distance. In the foreground, what once was a brand new, coveted car, now it's reduced to scrap, with chains keeping the doors together and bricks where tires used to be. "Humans share the same destiny," observes the Peruvian artist. He paints with watercolors, carefully detailing twisted metal and shiny church cupolas.

Titled "Los años que se van" in Spanish.

  • 0.8 lbs
  • 30" W x 22.5" H

  • Watercolor on Arches paper
  • Arrives unframed
  • Signed by the artist