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Francesca Owen


Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 80.0cm x 60.0cm (31.5″ x 23.5″)

Signed: Yes

Framed: Yes

 

Artist’s Statement

As perhaps one of the greatest fictional places, Eden, has become a metaphor for many a story. In this case, Francesca uses ‘Eden’ as, a place of paradise in which two figures dwell, this time in conversation under the sun. To the right there is a sacred temple and a holy tree. The imagery here is conjured up through a rich mixture of her personal experience of travels to India and the memory of the experience that this brings when she works back in her studio. The paint is heavily laden, sculpted by using a unique mixture of pigments and traditional oil paints.

When we arrived at Eden by Francesca Owen

£1,200.00Price
  • Francesca Owen is an award winning artist who trained at the prestigious Slade School of Fine Art in London and completed an MA at Falmouth University.

    Francesca has worked with both UK and International galleries, exhibiting paintings and installation, giving talks and courses on landscape painting, pigments and dyes.

    ​Francesca has exhibited work in SE Asia, London, Devon and Cornwall.

     

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An online gallery with an augmented reality option is very forward looking and very appealing to the buyer.

The picture arrived this afternoon, very well packed and in excellent condition. It is indeed a very fine picture.

The painting is received and is a really nice small study-like work...

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