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Analogical Formalism inspired by William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice

Analogical Formalism inspired by William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice

24x35inframed
Price

C$1,500

Shipping Cost
Free pickup is available from our Vancouver Gallery, or shipping can be provided for additional cost.
We also offer an installment payment program and art installation services: contact us for more details.
About the Artwork

Shapes and forms work together to create this Analogical Formalism inspired by William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice. I create my works following my imagination and vibration coming from my thoughts in my style Analogical Formalism. I put together shapes in new combinations, new forms and build new space following the laws of visibility.
This is an original handpainted artwork

Exhibition: 2024 Online Federation Showcase
Technique:Enamel Painting on Poster Board
Styles:Modern
Contents:Analogy, Formalism, Analogical, Form, Shape, Polychromatic, Analogicalformalism, Shakespeare, TheMerchantOfVenice, William, People
Details & Dimensions
Edition:Original, one of a kind artwork
Framed Size:24in x 35in
Unframed Size:18in x 23in
Frame:Framed
Weight:16lbs (estimated)
Shipping & Purchase
Free pickup is available from our Vancouver Gallery, or shipping can be provided for additional cost.
Standard shipping is via Canada Post ground. Typically, packages sent within Canada are received in 5-12 days. For expedited shipping, please contact us for a quote.
A payment program is available with three equal installments- we can work together to support artists and your budget! Contact us for details.

Pierre Luigi Vassura, AFCA

Richmond, British Columbia

Analogical Formalism

"Visual and three dimensional arts are the oldest ways of human expression and to quote Sir. Herbert Read “art is most simply and most usually defined as an attempt to organize pleasing forms.”"

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