Artist's description:

A beautiful girl called Emma

I created this painting with a palette knife, using an unique technique — a surface full of small stipples of paint from the painting knife, which results in a lovely textured surface. The flowers are done impasto style. In fine art, the Italian word 'Impasto' (dough or paste) denotes a painting technique in which undiluted paint is applied so thickly (like toothpaste) onto the canvas or panel (often with a palette knife) that it stands out from the surface. This decadent surface of different textures brings the painting to life.  This painting is on a gallery wrapped canvas with finished yellow edges. It comes satine varnished and ready to hang.

Materials used:

Acrylic Paint, Canvas, Palette knife

Roses for Emma (2017)

$555.30

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This artwork is sold by Wietzie Gerber from France

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