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"Opium Lovers 2006" by Vladimir Kush - Reduced Again

Opium Lovers 2006



Vladimir Kush

Limited Edition Print
Giclee on Canvas

Size: 9 x 17 in  |  23 x 43 cm

Framed: 9 x 17 in  |  23 x 43 cm

Edition: From the Edition of 325

Hand Signed : Lower Right
Condition: Excellent
Not Framed
Purchased from : Gallery 2016
Provenance : In art, the poppy plant is an emblem of the gods of sleep (Hypnos), of dreams (Morpheus), and allegory of Night. This symbolism is founded on the poppy's properties. It used to grow as a wildflower in Greece and has been used for herbal tincture since ancient times. The idea of this painting is connected with another picture of the artist called Walnut of Eden. While the latter reflects the state of paradise for Man, Opium Lovers reflects the state of Man after the fall into sin. This is the French poet Charles Baudelaire's Flowers of Evil, sprouted on the field of world disharmony. All the world illnesses first affect art. "There is the beauty, unknown to the ancient people," Baudelaire wrote. What is this beauty? It is a human as he is, with all his good and evil. This is the world of his dreams and visions. Other artists have expressed similar themes: for example Picasso's Absent Lover is absolutely detached from the outside world and submerged into the world of her own reveries. -as described in Kush Fine Art galleryPainting has been kept in original shipping pkg since purchase a yr ago.
Certificate of Authenticity : Kush Fine Art
Vladimir Kush

Art Brokerage: Vladimir Kush Russian Artist: b. 1965. Vladimir Kush's work combines myth, metaphor and poetry in new forms. Through the juxtaposition of previously unrelated objects and the exploration of different viewpoints, the artist's work makes reference to deeper meanings and metaphors, while still maintaining its realistic approach to representation, a style he refers to as Metaphorical Realism. Vladimir Kush is represented in galleries worldwide. Especially, in Maui, Laguna Beach and Las Vegas, Nevada. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.

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