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Oceanid

Teiji Hayama
2011
Paintings
Oil on canvas
80 x 60 x 0 cm
Signed by the artist
Original
Excellent
Available For Sale
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Good to Know: Stretched canvas, professionally packed and stored in humidity controlled art storage facility, condition report available upon request; Asking Price: POA (Price On Application); Arty-Fact: Many of Teiji’s figures are alive with symbolism, a tradition in Christian art. His pale, ethereal figures with frail bodies and tinted eyes portray an angelic appearance. This innocence is juxtaposed with a penetrating and unnerving glare directed at the viewer. Symbols of religious and spiritual devotion, pledges of love, and tattoos are depicted in the portraits. These represent the seat of emotions of the young girls, their convictions, belonging and identification with particular groups. Do you notice the way she is holding the coral? Could it be symbolic of rosary beads?

About The Artist

Teiji Hayama is a Japanese artist known for his portraits of nearly naked young ladies that capture the viewer with their beauty, charm, and grace. Read More

About The Gallery

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