Tortura Painting by Viktoria Marion

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Painting: Oil, Textile on Canvas.

The canvas, like ourselves went trough different tortures, won dignity and final shape through worn the canvas and live with it by the artist her self.
The artist used it in an unusual way for one year, to get the battered canvas. She used as towel, blanket, rug, table cloth,
before it won the final function to superimpose the oil on the streched canvas.
This spirit of experimentation is typical of Viktoria Marion's method of work. Always something new and astonishing. Look for a different analysis.
The number of photos Tortue was filled with biblical references undergone station.
Bathing in the cleansing from sin, the last supper tablecloth, cover refers to the Turin leplére.
After all, the canvas eventually won the final state when the artist was covered in shades of red and flexed.
One appears the magic number 7, because the picture layer 7 was formed.


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Tortura

Viktoria Marion

Malta

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Size: 70.9 W x 51.2 H x 1.2 in

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