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Little Forest Painting

franz PETTO

Austria

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Size: 47.2 W x 39.4 H x 1.2 D in

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It is inspired by Ruisdael's "The Great Forest ". It hangs in Vienna in the "Kunsthistorisches Museum". But what you can see is not a big forest, rather only the remains of it. Even in my painting, towntown towers over the helpless remains of a few trees. It all dissolves into rectangles, as in modern architecture, it has almost become a Paul Klee... ° shiny acrylic paint on a raw fleece structure ° blue edges with visible staples ° polyester-fleece mounted on a wooden frame ° 100 % handmade

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Painting:Acrylic on Plastic

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Size:47.2 W x 39.4 H x 1.2 D in

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ART seems to be more like the huge compost pile in my garden than the sterile infant ward, where I actually was born. Trying to survive as an artist, many drowned in the juice of their own feelings. Certainly one cannot study art. As well there is no one who understands all this stuff. History is written by its victors just like art-history. And so these strange inconsistencies arise: If one makes an excursion to the moon and chokes on all this ugly moon dust... Fortunately, I have not studied art the purest form of utter absurdity. I trust no one since childhood. A freshly-whitened panel seems suspicious to me. If I cannot stop myself and start painting, it becomes more and more difficult. In order not to lose the upper hand, I go back step by step... Sometimes I defiantly refuse painting, maybe for weeks or even for a year, to starve out all these crazy thoughts. And the whole time I rack my brain, whether they have already starved... When I finally resign after a long time and take up a paint-brush, so that it will not rot in the wash water: Then suddenly they are back, these unspeakable thoughts...

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