171937 Shell and Gold Bowl Shell and Gold Bowl

Shell and Gold Bowl

in Oil by Peter Lee No Artist Reviews
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This painting shows the creativity of both nature and humans. The shell follows its own determined form as it has done for millions of years and the bowl that of human creation for just a few thousand years of metal working. The bowl is the work of Sarmatian goldsmiths and is finely tooled. The Sarmatians originated in Central Asia and were prominent from 5th century BC until 4th century AD. Their homeland ranged from the Vistula River to the mouth of the Danube and eastwards to the Volga, the Black and Caspian seas and to the Caucasus. This painting is on Winsor and Newton canvas board. It has an acrylic under-painting and pencil drawing followed by an over painting in oils.
W 10.00" x H 12.00"
W 25.40 cm x H 30.48 cm
Winsor and Newton Canvas board.
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About the Artist

"What is the artist but the channel through which spirits descend - ghosts, vision, portents, the tinkling of bells" Isamu Noguchi. Studied at Lancaster College of Art 1960-1964. Obtained National Diploma in Design. (Special Level Painting) Taught at the college before going to Australia. ...


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