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50 x 50 cm deep edge canvas

This painting is one of a series of works on the theme of ‘The Unreliability of Perception’.
The series of works depict the faces of anonymous fictional subjects from a distorted viewpoint. The series title is taken from the understanding that we cannot trust our sense of perception. Presented on uniformly sized square canvases, the anonymous faces represent universal emotions and expressions of bewilderment.

It is a deep edge canvas with the edges painted the same as the background.
This painting is shipped stretched and ready to hang with fixtures on the back of the stretcher. It is signed on the back of the canvas. Paintings are securely packaged and shipped with a tracking number.
The artist has shipped work to collectors in the UK, Europe, US, and Australia

Materials used:

oil paint on deep edge canvas

Must A Name Mean Something (2015)


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This artwork is sold by Sal Jones from United Kingdom

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Sal Jones

United Kingdom

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