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Imperial Porcelain

Kai Fehr
1,300 SGD ($)
2016
Paintings
Acrylic and pencil on canvas
131 x 161 x 0 cm
Signed by the artist
Original
Excellent
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Contemporary Art
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Good To Know: Stretched canvas, professionally packed, stored in humidity controlled art storage facility, condition report available upon request.

Series: Short Memories

Arty-Fact: “I was reading about Chinese Porcelain - in particular imperial porcelain with its beautiful yellow, pink and blue colours. Why yellow? Why pink? The patterns are beautiful. I wanted to use a magnifying glass to zoom in. But when painting what I saw, I wanted the colours to fade out like time will do to all colour - to show that nothing will last forever, a concept I always go back to in my work. I used pastel acrylic colours, then added little ghosts dancing, they appear to be waving at you, just as you can see in the best Huanghuali Wood.” - Kai Fehr

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Asking Price1,300 SGDExcludes international shipping and applicable import duties / charges. Please contact our gallery for a shipping quote. Free delivery and installation within Singapore.-

About The Artist

Kai Fehr is a German contemporary artist currently living and working in Singapore. He explores history, economics, the environmen....Read More

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