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Camino hacia el Rio. Large acrylic painting 115x120 cm. Depicting abstract landscape forrest. Vivid, bright bold colors. Camino hacia el Rio. Large acrylic painting 115x120 cm. Depicting abstract landscape forrest. Vivid, bright bold colors.
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Product description: Large scale acrylic painting. Modern and abstract. Bold and bright colors. The painting features finished edges designed to be displayed without a frame. Will make a great center piece for any interior. A truly collectible art piece. Dimensions: 115X120 cm Materials: acrilyc, canvas Will be sent in a roll inside a PVC tube directly from the artist's studio in Guanacaste, Costa Rica via DHL Express. Actual shipping cost depends on the destination. The art works are currently exhibited in Four Seasons Papagayo Resort in Costa Rica. you are welcome to come an pick up in person.
 
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$4150.00 USD

Camino hacia el Rio. Large acrylic painting 115x120 cm. Depicting abstract landscape forrest. Vivid, bright bold colors.

Paintings by Felix Murillo

  • Shipping: $150.00
  • Product ID#: 206582
  • Dimensions: 47" width x45" height x2" depth
  • Weight: 4
  • Materials: Acrylic
  • Colors: White, Yellow

Artwork Description: Large scale acrylic painting. Modern and abstract. Bold and bright colors. The painting features finished edges designed to be displayed without a frame. Will make a great center piece for any interior. A truly collectible art piece.
Dimensions: 115X120 cm
Materials: acrilyc, canvas
Will be sent in a roll inside a PVC tube directly from the artist's studio in Guanacaste, Costa Rica via DHL Express. Actual shipping cost depends on the destination. The art works are currently exhibited in Four Seasons Papagayo Resort in Costa Rica. you are welcome to come an pick up in person.

Felix Murillo was born in San Jose, Costa Rica. Although he considers himself to be a self taught artist, he is grateful to the artist Francisco Alvarado who was his mentor during more than three years at the school for Art and Decoration, ESEMPI, in San Jose Costa Rica. Before then he had already experimented with techniques such as acrylic, pastel painting, collages, ink, watercolor, charcoal, etc. At the school he expanded his artistic knowledge from history of Art, painting, installations of ‘Recycling Art’ to psychology, photography and decoration, specializing in oil...read more