Lars Dan painting. Oil on canvas, mounted on wooden frame.
The oil paint is applied in countless thick layers, with putty knife, pallet knives and other tools over a long period of time.
Signed and dated on the back, 2005
Lars Dan is a Danish artist who studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts from 1977 to 1982, and enrolls in an artist community, that same year, nicknamed The Young Savages.
Lars Dan begins early to take a serious interest in art and debuts at the "Artists Spring Exhibition" in 1975, just 15 years old. His works have since been represented at several leading art museums.
The artist always works on a larger number of screens simultaneously and his paintings are in the pipeline for several years, where the day-by-day added more color, more energy, and as a diary revealing a nesting of time and place.
|Measurement (cm)||H: 100 - W: 82 - D: 5|
|Material||Oil on canvas / Polychrome / Canvas / Wood|