Painting, 220 x 150 cm.
Materials: oil on canvas
Collection: Private Collection.
“I paint aggression and pain because I’m fascinated by the way that people can simply prove their existence through cruelty. The image of nature, as well, plays an important part in my work. The earth and the forests are silent and eternal. People can destroy them with their brutalities, and build them up again. Then it will be silent once more.” - Armen Eloyan
This powerful painting from Eloyan shows the more than life-sized portrait of a girl in a suggestively apocalyptic setting.
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