Apples, ginger pot and plate on a ledge

€59.00
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Piece inspired by the work "Apples, ginger pot and plate on a ledge" by Piet Mondrian.

Realistic and bright, these objects are located in space with an artificial order that perfectly explains what each material is made of, the touch that each texture has, where the light comes from ... We could look for symbolism for those 5 apples, or that Upright plate, or that empty jar, but honestly, I doubt that this is relevant. This little watercolor is almost an experiment.

29x29 cm mobile, made of aluminum, iron and methacrylate.

You can hang it or put it on the base as a standing mobile.

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