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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

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Price
: $ 700

About Artist

Anna Eckert

I am fascinated of brushstrokes and the unique moment of the creative process as well the possibility to make every day new art experiences. I am very happy that my artworks, full of life, waves and splashes, already found a home in many private collections around the world. I love to work with paper and prefer to use liquid acrylic paint, becouse of his own character its out of controll and allows imperfection and best results by accident. So I start with an idea but I never know what I get at the end. It is a kind of surprise. I find everywhere new inspiration but mostly during the work progress. With every brushstroke, with every new line I discover new opportunities and cant't wait to try them in my next project. I am Anna Eckert b. 1976 in Gorzów Wlkp./Poland. I live with husband and two children in Naumburg/Germany. 2003, after education as social scientist, I started to work as a full time artist

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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.

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  • 0.8 lbs
  • 30" W x 22.5" H

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