Collage and acrylic on bristol
9" x 6"
The collage process involves working inside a set of rules. In the case of the Inferno series those rules entailed sourcing all material from a single image from Duré's illustrations for Dante's Divine Comedy, figures (Dante, Virgil, etc.) should be omitted, the selections must consist mostly of parallel lines, and in the collage those lines should be set down horizontally. The result are images that evoke a feeling of being on the cusp, with something lurking out of view, but whose presence can still be felt.
On the reverse of each collage is the title and inscription from the original illustration. On this piece: “Chiron | Chiron an arrow took, and with the notch backward upon his jaws he put his beard”
This is an original artwork, and as such, a unique, one-of-a-kind piece. Made from black acrylic paint spread over bristol with the collage pasted over top. The collage is 9 inches tall and 6 inches wide. You will receive it unframed; because the composition is so dependant on the elements relating to each other as well as the edges, I suggest framing it in a floating frame.
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Great care will be taken in the packing of artwork, but the seller is not responsible for damage that occurs in shipping.
Most orders will ship within 72 hours via UPS Ground (4-7 business days). Cost of shipping is standardized per product and will be automatically calculated for each international order. Great care will be taken in the packing of artwork, but the seller is not responsible for damage that occurs in shipping.