Three white horses Painting by Zhang bo

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Painting: Tempera, Wood, Fabric on Canvas, Wood.

The painter draws horses and there are no shortage of people. For example, people are grazing, each has its own form, and each has its own meaning. Some people are in captivity and some are stocked. If you don’t have to be captive, you will be restrained, and you will be free to stock. Perhaps not in the fence or grassland in front of him, he should be more comfortable when he is not a real horse or a horse. The horses that Zhang Bo painted in the past few years have made me see his thinking about restraint and freedom in the picture. This is a contradiction and a good beginning.


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Three white horses

Zhang bo

China

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Size: 31.5 W x 23.6 H x 0.8 in

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