Grossular

1.995,003.650,00

  • Technique Mixed media on linen
  • Size N/A cm
  • Edition 25
  • Delivery time 3-5 business days
  • Art purchase scheme 10 x 199,50 interest-free
  • Art lease 59,85 monthly
  • You save 39,90 monthly
Rent for € 59,85 p/m
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Grossular: a work of art by Karin Vermeer

Unique custom artwork

Exclusively at Amersfoort Art offers the opportunity to buy or rent the artworks of Karin Vermeer in various formats. This way, the work always fits your situation in the best possible way. Karin Vermeer’s artwork is available in a limited edition of up to 25 pieces, making each piece unique and valuable.

The magic of Grossular

Grossular is a stunning work of art by Karin Vermeer, using a combination of photographic techniques and acrylic on linen. The artwork is worked with various types of textured pastes, giving it an impressive look. Stretched on quality linen and with painted-through sides, this artwork can be hung directly on the wall.

Handmade and unique

Karin Vermeer’s artwork is handcrafted, making each piece slightly different. Grossular comes with a certificate of authenticity, which guarantees the value and authenticity of the artwork. Also order online, after which we will contact you ASAP to schedule a delivery appointment.

Discover the largest collection of Karin Vermeer

Amersfoort Art has the largest collection of artworks by Karin Vermeer in the Netherlands! We cordially invite you to visit our gallery in Amersfoort and admire the beautiful works up close. Please feel free to contact us to inquire which works are currently available.

The vision of Karin Vermeer

Karin Vermeer: “My work is a mix of different photographs/images and paint that I combine on the computer and canvas to create a new representation. My favorite subject is the female face. I use pictures of people, old walls, grunge posters and all kinds of other interesting subjects to create a new image. Once the digital part is done, the image is printed and I start painting over it. I create the artwork with many layers of texture, gels and paint over it. In this way I try to make the digital image tangible again. My work is not so much about explanation and concept; it is a game and everything revolves around the image. I usually start quite blank, but by looking at images that interest me and by mixing them, a new image slowly emerges. All works are made on request in any size. Most of these works are a mix of print, paint, grain gel, heavy gel and matte or glossy varnish. The works are handmade, individually slightly different and in an edition of up to 25 pieces, numbered and signed.’