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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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