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Lying nude
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Lying nude Painting

Krisztina Dozsa-Farkas


Painting, Airbrush on Canvas

Size: 31.5 W x 31.5 H x 0.8 D in

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The sculpture “La Danaide” by August Roden inspired me for my painting “Lying nude”, in which I tried to bring the beauty and perfection of the body onto the canvas as Rodin was able to do in marble. My lines flow into the earth as finely and delicately as I feel the transition from body to stone in Rodin's work. The painting continues on the side of the picture, so it can be placed on the wall without a picture frame.

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Painting:Airbrush on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:31.5 W x 31.5 H x 0.8 D in

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Krisztina Dózsa-Farkas was born in 1975 in Budapest, Hungary, and studied at the University of Art and Design (MOME today). She has been living and working as a graphic designer and freelance artist in Munich since 2001. The artist describes herself as an artistic illusionist, using concrete and specific shapes and lines. Her paintings are brought to life by the viewers personal thoughts and feelings. A range of harmonious colours and the pursuit of perfection determine the compositions. The process imvolves painting and repainting the forms as many times as necessary to reach this perfect harmony of colours and shades, wich means the paintings have several layers. Her shapes and forms suggest directions and relationships, giving a certain depth to her pictures. The colours are dominant and a means of emotional contact with the viewer. The forms are addressed to the imagination and the intellect. Together they create a vortex that gives the viewer emotional experience as well as a decorative painting. Each image is unique and hand-painted. „My main motivation is to encourage the recognition of the message of the painting despite maximum abstraction. My pictures give freedom to people to identify different contexts, which everyone does in their own way – out of experience. József Egry (hungarian artist) once said ‚From an artistic point of view it is not important what we see but what the thing that we see lets us see‘ and I am inspired by this.“

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