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3.8.17

Kiss- Large Scale Painting Of Man Enjoying Painting By Gustav Klimt



Kiss
painting of a man enjoying painting by Gustav Klimt

G. Boersma
acrylic on masonite
71" x 47 1/4" or 180 x 120 cm
2017

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After being locked up in my studio for over a month I'm happy to present my very first large scale painting Kiss!

It measures a whopping 71x47" or 180x120cm. By far the largest hyperrealism painting I did thus far. For years I dreamt of painting something that big and that's why I organised a crowfunding event on Kicktstarter back in may.

Even though I didn't get fully funded with the support of my backers I was finally able to paint a really big one! So thank you all for your support, I really, really appreciate it!!!

Kiss shows a man enjoying a painting entitled The Kiss by Gustav Klimt. He painted it between 1907 and 1908, the highpoint of his so-called Golden Period, when he painted a number of works in a similar gilded style. I always loved this painting and thought it would be a perfect motive for my first large scale painting.

I'm now in process of getting everybody their rewards. If you haven't gotten yours, hold tight, it will get to you soon!

I'm also looking forward to paint more museum pieces (large scale I hope!) and exhibit them together in the nearby future.

Prints of Kiss are still available until aug 8. Just click here to your limited edition print while you still can!

Thanks again and I'll keep you posted!

kind regards, Gerard

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Detailed images of Kiss. Just click on them for an enlargement.

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