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Acrylic on canvas

Signed on the front.

Variation of a similar portrait I painted in 2020.
"Not from Here" is a series of portraits where I was trying to depict “lost in time” feel and make faces androgynous.
Acrylic on loose canvas, 117 x 82 cm. Partially inspired by Visconti's film Death in Venice, but more by Mahler's Symphony No5 ( used in the film ). Acrylic on loose heavy weight canvas with unpainted border if to be put on a stretcher . Matisse acrylic paints.
Painted in 2021 and signed in top right corner.
Intention to be float framed in a box frame, with or without glass . Please check a photo for framing suggestion.
Thin layer of Krylon UV Archival ( Gallery series ) satin varnish has been applied. It can be varnished further would more shiny look be required.
Again, whole series is dedicated to great(est) of them all, F. Goya.
Great influence and a silent mentor.
Painting portraits and hands is a great passion. They are both delicate and also challenging to paint. Hands reveal great deal of the personality and character of the sitter.
Portraits....beautifully difficult to paint.
Artwork will be posted in a mailing tube

About Goya:
-Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes was a Spanish painter and printmaker. He is considered the most important Spanish artist of the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
He is considered to be both, the last of the Old Masters and the father of modern art.
Goya’s importance to modern painters is undeniable.
His influence continued throughout the 20th century and is still prevalent today.
Though he enjoyed great success as a court painter, Goya withdrew from public life in his later years, no doubt dogged by his increasing deafness and fear of old age and madness.
When the political climate in Spain became too unstable, he exiled himself to Bordeaux, where he died in 1828.

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Painted on heavy duty loose canvas. Triple primed.

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This artwork is unframed and requires framing.

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All art by Tony Belobrajdic

Acrylic on linen
Signed on the front.
Acrylic paint on loose linen. Canvas size is 104 x 68cm with about 50mm of unpainted border. 
Based on sketches and compositional watercolour studies exploring the beauty and imperfection of human body. 
This painting has been directly influenced by Henry Miller's novel and during the painting process, by music of Carla Bley.
It was finished in few intensive painting days, with 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, set in 1930s Paris, when he was an obscure, penniless writer.Painted on 300 grams Saunders 100% cotton paper, Hand made British paper with deckled edges on all four sides, which can be a nice feature for floating frame.
Painted after the photo of a person wearing big fur coat. Acrylic paint on loose linen. Canvas size is 107 x 72cm 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. Also by music of Miles Davis and Eric Dolphy.
It was finished in few intensive painting days, with  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.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.
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