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Acrylic on canvas, stretched and ready to hang.

Signed on the front.

This painting is from the group of ( mostly portraits ) called "Bizarre Harmony".
Loosely based on one of artist's earlier watercolour on paper, exploring part of a human mind which is subconscious.
Title was borrowed from quite famous Dali's painting.
Dali and Freud met on 19 July 1938 at Freud’s home in London. Dali showed him Metamorphosis of Narcissus. He hoped his painting would win him Freud’s approval. Freud apparently commented that “in classic paintings I look for the unconscious, but in your paintings I look for the conscious,” which Dalí took to be a criticism.
This painting is about that meeting.

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Painted on 12 oz , triple primed stretched linen . Matisse acrylic paint. Protected with Krylon archival quality satin varnish. Ready for the wall.

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Stretched and ready to hang

This artwork is currently stretched and ready to hang.

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All art by Tony Belobrajdic

Acrylic on loose linen. 
Signed on the front. 
" Family Portrait 2" 
Exploring human form is a basis to all my art. Difficult but essential form of art. 
Group of original paintings on canvas as a part of larger series. Loose clear primed linen on front and gesso on the back of painting. 
Framing suggestion shown in gallery.
Artwork will be shipped in a postal tube.Acrylic paint on loose linen. Canvas size is 91 x 58 cm with about 25mm of unpainted border. 
Based on sketches and compositional watercolour studies exploring the beauty and imperfection of human body. 
This painting has been influenced by Shostakovich's Symphony No.7 in C major, also called Leningrad. 
It was finished in one intensive painting day, with very little overpainting and few corrections. Painted mostly in 'alla prima' impressionistic style. 
It can be displayed very simply, pinned on wall, or hanging off rails. If framing is preferred option, float framing would be a good choice. 
It can be, but not necessarily, framed under glass or it can be stretched on a wooden stretcher frame. 
Painting will be rolled posted in a large diameter cardboard tube. 
Artist's inspiration and title came from Henry Miller's novel with the same name in 1930s Paris, when he was an obscure, penniless writer.Ink on paper
Signed on the front.
Artist's vision of Pandora's Box, when it was opened, was a 'Mess of human flesh being released into the world, fighting for the space, position, supremacy...' 
Created as a continuous series of paintings and drawings. Large formats. 
Schmincke and W&N pigments were used for Watercolour part. Sennelier inks . Small amount of diluted tempera. 
Painted on French Arches 400 grams all cotton paper. Large size 66 x 102 cm.  Hand made paper with deckled edges best for float framing as suggested in gallery.Large acrylic on loose canvas. 100 x 65 cm.  Suggested framing is shown in gallery. Float framing would look nice. No need to be put under glass.
Two thin layers of satin  varnish applied.
Painting human flesh and portraits is a challenge and passion.
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