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Abstract no. 421 black and white - set of 2 Painting

Anita Kaufmann


Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 78.7 W x 27.6 H x 0 D in

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Reserved - currently not available Minimalism passion Neutral colors that you can't go wrong with and that definitely always looks classy Abstraction 2 x 70 x 100 cm - total 70 x 200 cm /28“ x 78“ in Acrylics on canvas Shipment rolled in a tube - frames not included. Artwork comes ready to frame behind glass like on examples (Example Frame Ribba IKEA) Despite the size, artworks of this series are an exercise in restraint and simplicity. The use of a minimal color palette and a repetitive geometric form creates a sense of order and calm within the piece. The composition also creates a sense of movement and dynamism, drawing the viewer's eye often towards the center of the canvas. These artworks are impressive examples of an extra large, minimalistic abstract artwork in black and white. Its scale and simplicity make it a powerful statement piece that commands attention and inspires contemplation. Anita Kaufmann is working as a fulltime freelance artist since 2003. Her paintings are in many collections worldwide. Exhibitions: Royal Academy of Art - London, Aqua Art - Miami, Discovery Art Fair - Frankfurt, Eclectic Gallery - London, Van Gogh Gallery - Madrid and many more.

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Multi-paneled Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:78.7 W x 27.6 H x 0 D in

Number of Panels:2

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I’m working as a professional freelance artist since 2003. In 2009 I changed my life and moved onto a sailing yacht with my husband and two kids. An incredible journey began: 6 years, 30.000 nm / 55.000 km, 28 countries. Storms, waves, transatlantic passages, the almost incomprehensible size of the Pacific, weeks with no land in sight, isolated islands... but also vibrant cities like Sydney, Panama City and New York, where we anchored in the Hudson river in front of the skyline of Manhattan for months. I spent one and a half year in French-Polynesia and got familiar with the Polynesian culture: Don‘t rush, take your time, live the moment. During the years on the sea I got inspired by the different cultures and people I met, as a result my work changed from abstract art to human faces. But sometimes I'm going back to my roots for abstract work. Mainly in elegant black & white, sometimes with colored accents, sometimes with silver/copper/gold leaves technique. Today I‘m living and working in the wonderful medieval city Regensburg (world heritage) on an island in the river Danube.

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