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Sad Pierrot’s 2 3D

Pierrot Painting, 3D acrylic painting on canvas

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Artist: Anna Marija Bulka
Title: Sad Pierrot’s  3D
Size: 90x60cm, 35×24″.
Colour: White, Brown, Black

Medium: Modelling paste, Acrylic paint, Mixed Media, Heavy textured, Plaster cast, Relief, 100% cotton canvas. Canvas stretched over a wooden frame. Ready to hang.

Signed on front. Certificate of authenticity include.

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$ 1,764

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Brown, Black, White

Pierrot painting

Pierrot is a stock character of pantomime and commedia dell’arte whose origins are in the late seventeenth-century Italian troupe of players performing in Paris and known as the Comédie-Italienne; the name is a diminutive of Pierre (Peter), via the suffix -ot.”

It was a generally buffoonish Pierrot that held the European stage for the first two centuries of his history. And yet early signs of a respectful, even sympathetic attitude toward the character appeared in the plays of Jean-François Regnard and in the paintings of Antoine Watteau, an attitude that would deepen in the nineteenth century, after the Romantics claimed the figure as their own. For Jules Janin and Théophile Gautier, Pierrot was not a fool but an avatar of the post-Revolutionary People, struggling, sometimes tragically, to secure a place in the bourgeois world. And subsequent artistic/cultural movements found him equally amenable to their cause: the Decadents turned him, like themselves, into a disillusioned disciple of Schopenhauer, a foe of Woman and of callow idealism; the Symbolists saw him as a lonely fellow-sufferer, crucified upon the rood of soulful sensitivity, his only friend the distant moon; the Modernists converted him into a Whistlerian subject for canvases devoted to form and color and line. In short, Pierrot became an alter-ego of the artist, specifically of the famously alienated artist of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.”

Texture is a combination of how the painting looks, and how it feels on being touched. Anna uses different object and materials to create actual texture in her pieces, creating textured pieces to be touched and experienced. It is associated both with the heavy build-up of paint, such as an impasto effect, or the addition of materials.
Her textured artwork is then painted so that viewers can physically touch the artwork. The ability to touch the texture evokes multiple senses through sight and touch and allows for a deeper emotional feel.

Pierrot painting to order:
I’m always happy to take commissions for new artwork. I won’t be able to make an exact the same of a work that already exists, each original is one of a kind unique. But I can create something you will love.

After creating your artwork in about 5 weeks.

If you have any questions about the created to order process, please use the contact box.