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160 Fernhead Road London W93EL , England Call Seller 44.794.909.4572

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$ 4,400
  • Description
    This artwork is exclusive to IdeelArt.

    German artist Petra Schott uses colour, lines, and shapes to express her everyday emotions on canvas. During her creative process, she takes events and conversations from her life and processes them to turn them into visual art.

    Schott is inspired by nature and the human figure, but also by music and scents. Although she tries not to follow her impulses too much, she thinks it is important to get her intuition flowing.

    Schott mainly works with egg tempera and pigments or oil on canvas. Playing with shapes, events, colours and conversations, Schott's work is guided by an inner dialogue that becomes a visual reality on the canvas.

    Through her work, Schott encourages the viewer to look inward and contemplate questions of the soul.




    Would it be possible to keep this on hold this week? We proposed it to our client on Friday and just want to give them a little time to decide.
  • More Information
    Documentation: Signed
    Origin: Germany
    Period: New
    Materials: Oil and oil sticks on canvas
    Condition: New.
    Creation Date: 2020
    Styles / Movements: Abstract Expressionism, Color, Contemporary
    Incollect Reference #: 512200
  • Dimensions
    W. 59.06 in; H. 39.37 in; D. 1.77 in;
    W. 150 cm; H. 100 cm; D. 4.5 cm;
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