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What Purpose for the God Machine?

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in Oil by Mark Masters No Artist Reviews
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an abstract painting by mark masters oil on canvas signed and dated dimensions in frame H: 35 inches W: 25 inches price includes postage with the UK please visit my profile to read a professional critical appraisal about my work by the International Confederation of Art Critics

presented in a beautiful handmade black and gold church like antique style frame. The juxtaposition of abstract art and antique style frame is a pleasure to see and looks incredible hanging on the wall. Please visit 'Thorned Head of Christ' to see this visual effect 

W 20.00" x H 30.00"
W 50.80 cm x H 76.20 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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