Contained Original Framed Painting
In this exclusive series for Liberty, Miranda Boulton responds to her memories of the Last Flower Paintings by Manet - a series of sixteen still lifes painted in Paris during the winter of 1880.
Boulton’s flowers are timeless, they disintegrate and fade with great beauty, and fragility, reminding us of the ephemeral, fleeting nature of life. This series is a classic example of Boulton’s distinctive contemporary painting style, where past and present collide to form an exciting visual language. Her use of expressive colour, gesture and form bring each painting to life, highlighted by the rich medium of oil on canvas. A statement original piece to add to your collection, we suggest hanging against a plain white wall to draw attention to the bold palette and abstract form.
- Original framed painting
- Exclusive to Liberty
- Oil on canvas
- Mounted in a 9mm slim oak frame
- Cord on back for hanging
COMPOSITION & SIZE
Oil; Canvas; Oak Frame
H: 53cm, W: 42.5cm, D: 2cm