285992 The Last Supper The Last Supper

The Last Supper

in Oil by Daniel Loveday No Artist Reviews
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This follows on from my 'last' painting with "The Last' in the title 'The Last Tree'. It continues with the theme of The Last Tree and with the money eaters, based on the famous saying: 'When the last tree Is cut down, the last fish eaten, and the last stream poisoned, you will realise that you cannot eat money' Here a powerful man symbolises his greed by eating his own money. It isn't nutritious but his obsession with money has warped him. Others feed off his table, the woman uses her physical looks to be included in his power circle but still the money doesn't taste any better or make her feel happier. The pyramid is a great big consuming construction of man. I've also added various stages of work in progress to the photos: 1. First is a small sketch. I already had a good idea of what I wanted (unusually) so the sketch just confirmed the general layout. 2. Then I blocked out the underpainting on the canvas. 3. Then I took a photo of stage 2 and added these details digitally, i
W 47.25" x H 39.40"
W 120.02 cm x H 100.08 cm
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About the Artist

I'm a surreal artist A typical symbol for me is a goldfish bowl which often represents a fragile environment. So I paint the landscapes I see within my imagination and also landscapes where nature is in the ascendant such as Dartmoor in Devon and Cornwall's coast, I really feel in tune with wild...

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