Artist's description:

A plastic mold from my crayon case inspired me. The empty mold looked to me like the Colloseum of Rom. I collaged it down. I than, let the Emperor Nero set the fire. The face on the right shows him blowing to the Colloseum, to let the flames rise higher. I also used typography for the word ROM on several parts in the painting. Lots of action, color and texture make this piece of art special.

Materials used:

Acrylic, gels, plastic mold, glass beads, glas gems, sand

Rom On Fire (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Karl Nassel from Germany

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