6. Ode to Bruegel's "The Triumph of Death" - Limited Edition 2 of 5


Size: 11.8 H x 11.8 W x 0 in

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Art Description

Photography: Color and Digital on Paper.

Ode to Bruegel's "The Triumph of Death" was exhibited as part of Penelope Hunt’s 2015 solo show ‘Remains to be seen’. Consisting of a series of contemporary photographs, it explored the abandoned painting studio of close relative and Official WW2 War Artist Alan Moore.

Ode to Bruegel's "The Triumph of Death" is one of a series of images that explored the weight so often contained within personal artifacts in an attempt to disentangle the spaces between the real, the imagined, the stories told and the remains left behind.
Paints, both used and pristine, lay around the studio in a palimpsest of time, encrusted tubes becoming a documentation of practice itself.
The images exist in the present whilst exploring fragments of the past in a studio that has effectively become a Still Life.

Keywords: Paint, Studio, Bodily, Still Life, Colour, Creative, Artist, Historical, Abandoned, Oils

Subjects: Mortality

Styles: Conceptual, Expressionism, Fine Art

Mediums: Color, Digital

Materials: Paper

Prints: Mortality Art Prints, Conceptual Art Prints, Expressionism Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Color Art Prints, Digital Art Prints, Paper Art Prints

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