Botticelli #1 (Primavera)
The print is printed on 210 g. eco-friendly, acid-free, archival FABRIANO premium quality fine art paper with high-grade pigmented UV-protected ink.
Fits a A3 frame. Frame not included.
Packed carefully in a cardboard box — Worldwide shipping.
This is a reinterpretation of one of the women in the famous painting "Primavera" by the Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli (born 1445, Florence [Italy]—died May 17, 1510, Florence), one of the greatest painters of the Florentine Renaissance. "The Birth of Venus and Primavera" are often said to epitomize for modern viewers the spirit of the Renaissance.
Louise Bech Pedersen is a graduate from the Royal College of Art in London and an artist and designer living in Copenhagen.
Through a vast variety of styles and expressions her work spands from studies of wildlife and landscape, to comic strips, to an imagery of fables and fairy tales, to apparel fashion print design. In many of her paintings, with Nature as a foremost source of inspiration, she intertwines natural motifs with elements from the world of comics, thus creating an unconventional context.
In Bech’s drawings, quote: “small doodles on big issues” she comments on life in momentary observations and somewhat cynical, but humorous, statements. Her recent projects include murals and a light installation.