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Andrej Barov

 
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Germany
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Andrej Barov is a German photographer and art painter. He has had over 120 exhibitions in Europe's museums and art galleries.
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Artist: Andrej Barov

Item title: Transformers 3

Category: Photography

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 50 x40x4

Material: Canvas, Wood

Producing date: 2015

Item price: 450 EUR

Item description:
Ever since man had discovered art itself ? this may be approximately 42.000 years ago, he tries to express all the things happening around him, in pictures. It is, that we only know our own ancestors from pictures and sculptures. Literature provides the suitable thoughts, actions, descriptions and even feelings and interpretations.
It is out of these fragment s that we construct our imagination how man might have been looking during the 17th, 18th or the beginning of the 19th century, and how they were living. The first daguerrotypie is dated on approximately the year 1826.
Like a time machnine, Andrej Barov subsumes the both relevant ages and moves or changes times and centuries boundaries. Present and near future, seen in one picture and thereby understanding ourselves a little better, this is the adventurous journey to which ?Transformers? invites us.

The picture is exposed in a profi laboratory for artists from canvas and mounted on 4 cm thick wooden frames. Image is protected with a protective lacquer.
Ready to Hang

Item Ref. 13558 - 450 EUR
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Item Ref.: 13558 via Andrej Barov

Artist: Andrej Barov

Item title: Transformers 3

Category: Photography

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 50 x40x4

Material: Canvas, Wood

Producing date: 2015

Item price: 450 EUR

Item description:
Ever since man had discovered art itself ? this may be approximately 42.000 years ago, he tries to express all the things happening around him, in pictures. It is, that we only know our own ancestors from pictures and sculptures. Literature provides the suitable thoughts, actions, descriptions and even feelings and interpretations.
It is out of these fragment s that we construct our imagination how man might have been looking during the 17th, 18th or the beginning of the 19th century, and how they were living. The first daguerrotypie is dated on approximately the year 1826.
Like a time machnine, Andrej Barov subsumes the both relevant ages and moves or changes times and centuries boundaries. Present and near future, seen in one picture and thereby understanding ourselves a little better, this is the adventurous journey to which ?Transformers? invites us.

The picture is exposed in a profi laboratory for artists from canvas and mounted on 4 cm thick wooden frames. Image is protected with a protective lacquer.
Ready to Hang

 
 
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Item Ref.: 13558 via Andrej Barov

Artist: Andrej Barov

Item title: Transformers 3

Category: Photography

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 50 x40x4

Material: Canvas, Wood

Producing date: 2015

Item price: 450 EUR

Item description:
Ever since man had discovered art itself ? this may be approximately 42.000 years ago, he tries to express all the things happening around him, in pictures. It is, that we only know our own ancestors from pictures and sculptures. Literature provides the suitable thoughts, actions, descriptions and even feelings and interpretations.
It is out of these fragment s that we construct our imagination how man might have been looking during the 17th, 18th or the beginning of the 19th century, and how they were living. The first daguerrotypie is dated on approximately the year 1826.
Like a time machnine, Andrej Barov subsumes the both relevant ages and moves or changes times and centuries boundaries. Present and near future, seen in one picture and thereby understanding ourselves a little better, this is the adventurous journey to which ?Transformers? invites us.

The picture is exposed in a profi laboratory for artists from canvas and mounted on 4 cm thick wooden frames. Image is protected with a protective lacquer.
Ready to Hang

Item Ref. 13558 - 450 EUR
Money back guarantee
Secure payment
 
               
      
Item Ref. 13558 - 450 EUR
Money back guarantee
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Buy in 3 steps
  • Buyer asks for availability and shipping costs
  • Vendor confirms availability and prices
  • Buyer places order

Item Ref.: 13558 via Andrej Barov

Artist: Andrej Barov

Item title: Transformers 3

Category: Photography

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 50 x40x4

Material: Canvas, Wood

Producing date: 2015

Item price: 450 EUR

Item description:
Ever since man had discovered art itself ? this may be approximately 42.000 years ago, he tries to express all the things happening around him, in pictures. It is, that we only know our own ancestors from pictures and sculptures. Literature provides the suitable thoughts, actions, descriptions and even feelings and interpretations.
It is out of these fragment s that we construct our imagination how man might have been looking during the 17th, 18th or the beginning of the 19th century, and how they were living. The first daguerrotypie is dated on approximately the year 1826.
Like a time machnine, Andrej Barov subsumes the both relevant ages and moves or changes times and centuries boundaries. Present and near future, seen in one picture and thereby understanding ourselves a little better, this is the adventurous journey to which ?Transformers? invites us.

The picture is exposed in a profi laboratory for artists from canvas and mounted on 4 cm thick wooden frames. Image is protected with a protective lacquer.
Ready to Hang

 

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