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the course of the sun


A drawing on a c-print on canvas.For the hands of the child i used a digital photograph and for the drawings pencil and gesso.The work was executed on a single piece of canvas and mounted on a wood frame.An aditional wood construction was added creating a diptych .
The story told ,is the one of the childs memory , composing the incidents of war in a narrative .The tragety of the story is indicated with emphasis on the two innocent hands sarrounded by blue-the color of the sky and gold the symbolic color of the sun.
Year of Creation: 2008 | Subject: History,war,fear,family mixed media,wood construction
Shipping: box

1 in stock

Weight 4 kg
Dimensions 110 × 5 × 100 cm
Materials - Medium

conte, ink, watercolor, wood


conceptual, illustrative, modern


history, war

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Ships in a cardboard box

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