Messengers of the Gods

By Gill Bustamante

£1,200.00

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Product Description

Name:
Messengers of the Gods
Artist:
Gill Bustamante
Artwork Medium:
Oil
Artwork Type:
Original
Style:
Abstract, Contemporary, Impressionism
Subject:
Animals, Impressionism, Landscape, Modern, Nature
Artwork Size:
40in x 40in
Frame Size:
0in x 0in
Edition Details:
1
Location:
Forest Row, East Sussex

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Artwork History

40 x 40 x 1.5 inches original oil crow abstract painting of four crows in an abstract winter forest. The crows fly in elegant formation against an abstract, art nouveau type background that looks like a winter forest at sunset or dusk. However, it has been deliberately blurred to make it look distant. The crows by comparison have been painted very sharply so that they are obviously near to the foreground. Strange patterns that are reminiscent of pagan runes surround the crows which make the scene slightly mysterious. It was inspired by the fact that crows are often thought of as spiritual messengers and by the fact that I often feel they are monitoring me when I walk in their territory and reporting my progress to someone! I like a mystery and I love crows. Painted on deep edge canvas – edges white, no frame needed.

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Product Description

Artist:
Gill Bustamante
Artwork Medium:
Oil
Artwork Type:
Original
Style:
Abstract, Contemporary, Impressionism
Subject:
Animals, Impressionism, Landscape, Modern, Nature
Artwork Size:
40in x 40in
Frame Size:
0in x 0in
Edition Details:
1
Location:
Forest Row, East Sussex

perfect

Artwork History

40 x 40 x 1.5 inches original oil crow abstract painting of four crows in an abstract winter forest. The crows fly in elegant formation against an abstract, art nouveau type background that looks like a winter forest at sunset or dusk. However, it has been deliberately blurred to make it look distant. The crows by comparison have been painted very sharply so that they are obviously near to the foreground. Strange patterns that are reminiscent of pagan runes surround the crows which make the scene slightly mysterious. It was inspired by the fact that crows are often thought of as spiritual messengers and by the fact that I often feel they are monitoring me when I walk in their territory and reporting my progress to someone! I like a mystery and I love crows. Painted on deep edge canvas – edges white, no frame needed.

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