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Leaving something behind

Leaving something behind

in Acrylic by Simon Fairless No Artist Reviews
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Based on one of Jackson Pollocks own paintings this is a striking piece of abstract art which will create a wonderful highlight in any interior design. Painted in red black and grey tones. A thought provoking artwork leads you to wonder at the title. Is it about leaving something beautiful for posterity or walking away from something to move forward? I love these open ended titles. Based on one of Jackson Pollocks early works "Free Form" painted in 1946 which is thought to be his first action art painting, this piece will make a wonderfal addition to any art collection.

W 24.02" x H 24.02"
W 61.00 cm x H 61.00 cm
Acrylic
Acrylic on canvas
Abstract
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About the Artist

I paint using many mediums, but primarily using acrylic on canvas in a variety of themes and styles including: urban cityscapes, textured colourful abstracts, and contemporary pop art. My paintings and art are representations of feelings and special places that have caught my imagination and s...

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