1. the ancient past, especially the period before the Middle Ages.
This piece portrays four distinct landscapes stitched together. The confluence of terrains depicted in “Antiquity” harkens back to a time before now, a time before modern societies created illusory and physical fractures in the landscape. The ancient world was one of continuous wilderness, unbroken by sprawling metropolises and imaginary borders. “Antiquity” looks both backwards and forwards in time as it uses the past as a model for a future where man returns to nature.
Painting - Acrylic, gouache, watercolor, and pencil on canvas
Frame - Pine canvas float frame, 1/2” width, 1/4” reveal
Painting - 60” x 48”
Frame - 61.5” x 49.5”
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