Requiem (Mozart) in D minor! - Original ... Collage by Igor Bajenov

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Requiem (Mozart) in D minor! - Original ...

Igor Bajenov



Size: 31.5 W x 39.4 H x 1 D in

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Collage: Digital, Paint, Photo on Aluminium.

.... Exclusive Photo Painting Collection in Contemporary Art - Figurative Photo Mix/Paint/Drawing/Vector-Collage/Abstract/Expressionism-Special Technic)....Alu-DiBond (Signed on the back with Certificate ....) - Of course, this work is an original! ....
The digital art is a very new and modern art form .....: Glossy-look Giclee Print on aluminum Dibond under special resin. Crystal clear, glossy look with rounded edges. The extremely glossy resin gives the image profound depth, bringing out the finest details, and maximum luminosity. The finish also serves as a sealer, which is moisture resistant, protects against warping or sagging, and ensures the lasting original beauty of the artwork.

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The frameless crystal clear acrylic glass and aluminum design offers a very modern presentation with particularly lively colors. Impressive depth effect at the edges. Concealed suspension. Very stable.
The photo is printed directly on the Alu-Dibond plate. This makes the panels suitable for indoor and outdoor use. The plates are waterproof and UV stable. The carrier material is a composite material, 3mm thick and very stable./..... The whole exhibition you are welcome to my gallery website: online. /The first five bars of Lacrimosa in the "working title". Top left, the string parts of the Introduction, the bottom right of the beginning of the vocal set and the continuo, both in Mozart's handwriting. On the top right of the donation memorandum Eybler for "Last Mozart Manuscript" to the k. K. Hofbibliothek. breaks on the back of the sheet, after three more clocks, Mozart's manuscript from.
The Requiem in D minor (K. 626) in 1791 and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's last composition. Although it actually comes only about two-thirds of Mozart, it is one of his most popular and highest-assessed works. Mozart died during the composition. Since they were commissioned, completed and Joseph Eybler Süssmayr, pupil of Mozart, the Requiem commissioned by Constanze Mozart, the widow of the composer. The genesis and quality of subsequent supplements have long been hotly debated. The unusual circumstances of the composition commission and the timing for these requiem Mozart's early death have also stimulated a lush mythmaking.




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