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Size: 27.6 W x 39.4 H x 0.6 in
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"Facing the Tiger" is part of a triptych. It is inspired by Henri Rousseau's paintings, especially the Sleeping Gypsy.
It is about facing and confronting the wild nature and not be afraid of it. In this case, nature has a figurative meaning. The gaze in this artwork plays an important role as well. The tiger seat in a very prominent way and look you straight in the eyes in a captivating way. As if they see you and then maybe you become part of the artwork.
The artwork is mounted on a 12 mm mdf (timber) board. No extra framing is required
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