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Hip hip Painting

Romy van Rijckevorsel


Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 27.2 W x 31.1 H x 1.2 D in

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Originally listed for $1,860
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Romy van Rijckevorsel paints in an eclectic way. In her work you see many references to classical artists. (e.g. Gustav Klimt, decorative backgrounds, but also Egon Schiele). It is also eclectic because of the different styles: drawing, graffiti, painting and graphic elements. All these elements are very successfully combined into an organic whole in which there is also a handwriting lurking. That's very clever, because the combination of references and styles can also go wrong very quickly. In Romy's work, however, she stops at exactly the right time. The paintings are very postmodern in the sense of "anything is possible" and yet it is is not restless at all. On the one hand the works are very decorative and on the other hand also hard and almost provocative and vulgar. However, they are balanced, partly due to the strong composition.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:27.2 W x 31.1 H x 1.2 D in

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I paint people because man is an inexhaustible source of inspiration for me. In the beginning, I was mainly concerned with the resemblance, now it is a challenge to give a portrait content. I like to leave large parts of the canvas free or not filled in because I really love an unfinished, not perfect image. And I also like to be able to fill in things myself. I like working with acrylics. Acrylic fits very well with my method. Fast smooth painted wet layers. Sometimes the canvas lies on the ground and sometimes I put it back on the wall. The charcoal drawings / lines have started to play an ever greater role. It was first a way to quickly set up the portrait, now the lines are an important part of the final result. I recently also incorporated collages through my portraits.

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