Artist's description:

Another painting in a series of works where my primary influence is from the old fortification plans of Maréchal Vauban (1633-1707), the French general and engineer who planned the defences of some 160 strategic towns and coastal sites in France, plus more in other countries.

Here I have created a deliberately confusing interpretation of one of his basic ideas and turned his 'impregnable fortress' design features into a confusing set of walls and passages… but this time using only yellow and black to represent the striped 'hazard warning' plates mounted on most long commercial vehicles travelling the highways.

Materials used:

acrylic paint,

Vauban's Hazard Stripes (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Ed Buziak from France

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