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'How Does It Feel to Be Famous, Mr. Van Gogh?', Abstract Oil Painting by Melinda Matyas
Dimensions: 91 x 61cm (35.8 x 24")
Medium: oil on canvas
Conditions: new, canvas is mounted on stretchers
Shipping: this oil painting will be shipped to your address from the artist's studio in London, UK for free. It is ready to hang with a wall-mount tools at the back.
Certificate of Authenticity: you will receive the COA (certificate of authenticity) signed and dated by the artist to prove that the artwork is original.
Melinda is a London based artist whose work focuses on the conceptual understanding of the philosophical questions and solutions emerging out of human experience, both individual and collective. She is interested in the present and the past, her abstract oil paintings explore different points of view on existence. In her creative process color and texture are important elements, as well as the deconstruction of forms which allows her to find an equilibrium between figuration, abstraction and expressionism.