Anja Struck:
Painting "Wind blowing in my face" (2015)

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Anja Struck:
Painting "Wind blowing in my face" (2015)

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ars mundi special edition | Limited, 199 copies | Numbered | Signed certificate | Reproduction on aluminum plate under acryllic glass | Format 50 x 120 cm (H/W) | Suspension device

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Anja Struck: Painting "Wind blowing in my face" (2015)

The accuracy of unaccurate - Anja Struck is a master of atmospheric staging. This refers to her works that bring the human and landscape together.
"Wind blowing in my face " is a part of a series of works on the theme of movement. The dissolution of borders, the blurring of motifs and the development of shadows lead to a great atmospheric density

Reproduction under three mm-thick acrylic glass on the aluminum plate. Limited to 199 copies and numbered. Including a signed certificate. Format 50 x 120 cm (H/W). With a suspension device. ars mundi special edition.

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A master of atmospheric staging

The painter Anja Struck places the human being at the center of her work on the background of landscapes, in sequences of movement or in the form of portraits. She leaves a large part of her own emotional world in the figures she paints: "Every work is a piece of myself, unhidden, naked and honest." Struck achieves the special mood in her pictures by purposeful blurring: motifs and contours blur and dissolve in color veils.

Struck, born 1961 in Hamburg, lives and works in Lueneburg, she studied graphics and design, art education and painting, with many prominent artists like Markus Luepertz.

Representation of typical scenes of daily life in painting, which can distinguish between peasant, bourgeois and courtly themes.

The genre reached its peak and immense popularity in the Dutch painting of the 17th century. In the 18th century, especially in France, the courtly and gallant painting comes to the fore while in Germany the bourgeois character was emphasised.

This form of presentation comes from the world of professional photographers and exhibition organizers. More and more artists create their works for this aluminum carrier in high-tech composite. The metallic surface create a synthesis with the colors. White image areas are shimmering matt-metallic, depending on the light source. They let the picture look classy and puristic. Thanks to the direct color pigmentation the details are rendered accurately. Alu-Dibond is durable and resistant.

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