Forgotten Fence [acrylics]

A landscape in warm autumn colors with beautiful contrasts.

Original artwork for 179,- EUR

Sometimes, one finds an unfinished fence during a walk through the fields. There are some fence posts in the ground, but no stranded ropes, cords or cross-beams. And when one looks closely one can see that the posts have not been put in the ground recently, but several years ago, because they are crooked and weathered. In some places, the posts even stop in the middle of the field, so that it would not be possible to create an enclosed piece of land. Did you ever see something like this?

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I always ask myself what might have happened. Maybe the piece of land had been sold before the fence could be finished. Maybe the farm had to stop with their business and there was no reason for a fence anymore. Perhaps other events were more important or the piece of land was so far away from the rest that it had been forgotten. And would horses have used the land or cows? Or maybe sheep? Anyway, there is a story behind the unfinished fence and it makes the piece of landscape even more interesting.

The artwork is painted with acrylics on MDF (finished with varnish) and framed in a black wood frame (without glass).

Forgotten Fence
2017, acrylics on MDF, frame
Size (incl. frame): 32 x 42 cm (ca. 12.5 x 16.5 in)
Weight (incl. frame): ca. 1,100 g

 

Original artworks in my Etsy shop

Buy original artwork

The original artwork is available in my Etsy shop for 179,- EUR.
Forgotten Fence
Photo: TMU creative works

 

Buy as print

The artwork is available printed on various products (cards, smartphone cases, pillows etc.) in my RedBubble shop.
In my Oh My Prints shop the work can be purchased as photoprint, print on wood or aluminium etc. in fine art quality.
Forgotten Fence (card) Forgotten Fence (art print)








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