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How I Put My Faith In Lonely Gods

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original artwork by mark masters oil on canvas signed and dated by the artist on the front price includes postage within the UK framed in a hand made Gothic style black stained frame with wax coat finish and no glass dimensions with frame: H:33.5 inches W:37.5 inches this artwork is part of the same series/set of work that includes the Triptych, Standing Before God and The Confession: In Fear of Death this painting will make a fantastic centre piece or focal point to any room in the home or the workplace
W 31.50" x H 27.50"
W 80.01 cm x H 69.85 cm
Oil
oil on canvas
Abstract
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About the Artist

Mark Masters Critical Analysis. Dark, foreboding caverns constitute the environment in which lie Mark Masters’ idiosyncratic and eccentric creations. His style predominantly draws upon the Expressionist and Cubist movements, although a nuanced inclination towards Neoclassicism is detectable i...

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