Prince

1.995,003.650,00

  • Technique Mixed media on linen
  • Size N/A cm
  • Edition 25
  • Art lease 59,85 monthly
  • You save 39,90 monthly
  • Art purchase scheme 10 X 199,50 interest-free
Rent for € 59,85 p/m
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Exclusively at Amersfoort Art, you have the opportunity to purchase or rent the artworks of Karin Vermeer in different formats, so that the work fits your situation perfectly. Karin Vermeer’s artworks are available in a limited edition of up to 25 pieces.

Prince, the pop idol, the multi-talented, unique individual who sadly passed away far too early. His music played an important role in Karin’s childhood and remains influential thereafter. So it was only natural that Karin would create a beautiful tribute to him, in the form of this extremely beautiful portrait. A combination of photographic techniques and acrylic on linen. The artwork is enriched with different types of textured pastes, resulting in a stunning look. Note especially the “symbols” in the clothing, a nice detail. The artwork is stretched on high-quality linen, with the sides carefully painted through, allowing it to be hung directly on the wall. Handmade by Karin, all her artworks are unique and come with a certificate of authenticity. You can also order the artwork online, and after receiving your order, we will contact you as soon as possible to arrange a delivery appointment. Amersfoort Art has the largest collection of artworks by Karin Vermeer in the Netherlands and cordially invites you to visit our gallery in Amersfoort. Please do not hesitate to contact us for information on the current availability of specific works.

Karin shares her artistic process, “My work is a mix of different photographs/images and paint that I combine on the computer and canvas to create a new performance. My favorite subject is the female face, using photographs of people, old walls, grunge posters and other engaging subjects to construct a fresh image. After the digital process, the image is printed, after which I begin painting. I build my artworks with multiple layers of texture, gels and paint to make the digital image tangible. My work is not so much about explanation and concept, but more about play and visual experience. I usually start with a blank canvas, but by drawing from images that fascinate me and combining them, a new image gradually emerges. All works are manufactured in any size upon request. They are mostly a mix of print, paint, grain gel, heavy gel and matte or glossy varnish. Handmade, each work is individually slightly different, with an edition of up to 25 pieces, numbered and signed.’