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Improvisation 12, acrylic painting by Vasco Kirov Improvisation 12, acrylic painting by Vasco Kirov
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Product description: This painting belongs to a body of works titled “Abstract”. The paintings from “Abstract” are improvisations, completely free of a subject with main impact focused on light and colour. Every painting is planed only as principal colour combination and developed towards completion in the process of painting, hence the term improvisation. Although each painting is unique and original, its title is only a number behind the description “Improvisation”. The lack of subject eliminates the need for a subjective name and gives the beholder the freedom to interpret the artwork independently. The painting is signed on the back, bottom, left and the ID number and insignia are stamped on the back of the stretcher. Comes with a certificate of authenticity.
 
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Improvisation 12, acrylic painting by Vasco Kirov

Paintings by Vasco Kirov

  • Shipping: $210.00
  • Product ID#: 211586
  • Dimensions: 24" width x30" height x1.5" depth
  • Weight: 4
  • Materials: Acrylic, Canvas
  • Style: Abstract
  • Colors: Green, Red, White

Artwork Description: This painting belongs to a body of works titled “Abstract”. The paintings from “Abstract” are improvisations, completely free of a subject with main impact focused on light and colour. Every painting is planed only as principal colour combination and developed towards completion in the process of painting, hence the term improvisation. Although each painting is unique and original, its title is only a number behind the description “Improvisation”. The lack of subject eliminates the need for a subjective name and gives the beholder the freedom to interpret the artwork independently. The painting is signed on the back, bottom, left and the ID number and insignia are stamped on the back of the stretcher. Comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Vasco Kirov was born in the town of Dobrich, Bulgaria in 1960. He had a formal education in music and worked as a violin teacher in the early eighties. A desire for greater creative exposure and richer life experiences subsequently lead him to working as a prospecting driller, knife maker, blacksmith and ethnic jewellery maker, among others. After immigrating to South Africa in 1991, he immersed himself in fine jewellery design and manufacture, and was awarded seven prestigious design awards for excellence in diamond jewellery design. Vasco still designs and fabricates fine...read more