Yin Yang Golden Pattern / Acrylic Painting on Watercolor Paper / 2022

$904.48

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These series of paintings by Natalia Roman gather their inspiration from geometric, minimalist shapes and paintings from the beginning of Modernism, with a special emphasis on Art Deco shapes of the 30's, 40's and 50's. The subtle but chic color combinations will combine beautifully with both vintage and modern furniture without overtaking spaces that are carefully crafted by designers.

Natalia Roman was born in 1984 in Girona, Spain. She has exhibited in galleries across Europe and her colorful, abstract paintings are part of private collections all over the world.

Details:
Title: Yin Yang Golden Pattern
Medium: Acrylic on Watercolor Paper
Size: 70x100 cm (28x40 in.), 28x20 inches per panel
Year: 2022

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