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WHAT'S DONE CANNOT BE UNDONE [15.7 x 19.6"] Painting

Jemal Gugunava

United Kingdom

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 15.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.8 D in

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"Nought's had, all's spent, Where our desire is got without content: 'Tis safer to be that which we destroy Than by destruction dwell in doubtful joy" William Shakespeare. Macbeth For me, the character of Lady Macbeth personifies those traits of people that cannot be accepted: fanaticism, radicalism, violence in the process of transformation, intransigence, hatred, lack of integrity, selfishness, manipulativeness. I feel that the implementation of unprincipled and immoral control over a person or a situation can lead to an insane and uncontrollable state of society, and guilt does not help. I created this picture in an hour, in one breath, under the infusion of emotions and experiences. As with all my paintings, this "tronie", a painting of an imaginary figure, also carries a message. We must never forget that "what’s done cannot be undone" Unframed. Size: 40(W) x 50(H) x 2(D) cm / 15.7"(W) x 19.7"(H) x 0.8" (D) The painting is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. Please note that colors may vary a little bit from what you see on your computer. All paintings are professionally packed with bubble wrap and shipped in custom made double wall cardboard boxes. Worldwide shipping. Website: Instagram link: @jemal_gugunava_art

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:15.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.8 D in

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Spreading his time between UK, Prague, and Georgia, Jemal paints everything that catches his eye and imagination: landscapes, places, streets, still life, people, and female forms. Trained as a painter, Jemal's work comprises a wide range of techniques from the Venetian method, used by Titian, to contemporary impasto technique that gives a 3D appearance to his work. Although Jemal's philosophy of life is harmony, purity, deep reflection, beauty, contemplation, reserve, and simplicity of existence, he tends to dramatize rather than simply describe. He forces a viewer to concentrate his or her attention on the main object, not being distracted by many small details. The style that the artist uses in his still lifes, he calls "Minimalism in Realism". Objects in his simple still lifes always have a symbolic meaning, carry a certain message, and make the viewer think about the meaning of life. All the works that the artist creates are interconnected, although at first glance this is not the case. How can a still life be like a landscape or a portrait? The point is that in Jemal's portraits, the same questions are asked: "Who am I?", "Why are we here?", "Where are we going?", "What is the purpose of existence?"

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