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Peter Wileman - Indigo Dawn II More BTW, Check Out This Art Here: -- http://universalthroughput.imobileappsys.com/site2/

Artist: Peter Wileman Title: Indigo Dawn II Medium: Giclee Boxed Canvas Edition Copies: 95 Image Size: 30 x 30 Finish: Ready To Hang Register Interest

New Acrylic abstract painting #Abstract art #demonstration #techniques - YouTube

In this fun, easy, quick lesson an Abstract Painting is created with Dimension Acrylic and 1 brush, the Mont Marte Abstract Expression Brush.

Gerard Richter - Abstract Painting 1995 71 cm x 61 cm Oil on canvas Catalogue Raisonné: 835-5

Gerard Richter - Abstract Painting 1995 71 cm x 61 cm Oil on canvas Catalogue Raisonné:

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Dog. Loudoun Academy of the Arts Foundation :: ArtSquare :: Oil and Acrylic Painting :: Leesburg, Virginia

Loudoun Academy of the Arts Foundation :: ArtSquare :: Oil and Acrylic Painting :: Leesburg, Virginia.a lovely, colourful painting of a puppy:))

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Original abstract giclée Print of painting with blue,pink . large abstract print by Camilo Matiz "The Swan"

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Gerhard Richter Abstraktes Bild 2000 147 cm x 102 cm Olio su tela

Gerhard Richter » Art » Paintings » Abstracts » Abstract Painting » 580-1

WHO: Gerhard Richter; WHAT: WHY: I love the simplicity of this piece, and the vertical line on the left hand side. It adds definition to the piece and the colours contrast well which enhances them and makes them stand out.

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