All Towers fall VI Painting by Owen Normand

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Painting: Oil on Wood.

This series explores the idea of 'Mono No Aware', a Japanese term for the awareness of impermanence, or transience of things.

I am interested in how this idea relates to the tradition of 'Vanitas' still life painting in the Netherlands and Flanders in the 17th Century. 'Vanitas' is a genre of still life painting of symbolic objects that conveys a message about the transience of earthly life.

Painted en plein air in the South of Italy, signed and dated on the reverse.


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All Towers fall VI

Owen Normand

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Size: 7.1 W x 11.5 H x 0.1 in

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