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Description

Artist: David Agenjo
Artwork materials: 
Oil on linen
Medium: 
Oil
Artwork size: 
50 x 40 cm

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I conceived this painting while producing a series of works inspired by my own studio environment. My practice involves making my own canvases. With this piece, I wanted to depict what's beneath the painting surface, the flip side of the canvas, the side that never gets exposed, a portrayal of the wooden stretchers, linen material and staples.



My intention with this painting was to give the effect of a more three-dimensional piece. It portrays a sculptural object, confusing the perception of the viewer.

David Agenjo

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