8. Marisa Añón
The Gold Tablecloth
Signed (lower right): titled, inscribed and dated (on the reverse)
Acrylic on canvas
65 x 54 cm.
Created in 2020
£350 - 550
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A leafy houseplant sits atop a gold tablecloth in Marisa Anon's contemporary take on the centuries old still-life tradition.
At the forefront of Marisa's work is her interest in colour, environment and personal narratives. She explains that:
"The colours of the Mediterranean coast where I live are part of my identity but they are also the inspiration for my palette. I like to bring that outdoor light inside my studio, to experiment with the colours and shapes, the shadows and the light."
As a conservator of artworks, Marisa has worked professionally with all types of artworks from Gothic retables to large master paintings. Her extensive and intimate experience working with classical paintings has a huge impact on her own painting, she highlights the 'sense of pictorial lushness and harmony of colour.
Fine Arts BA, Conservation and Restoration of Artworks, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, 1995.
Marisa Añón is also exhibiting Valencia Late Oranges in The Spring Auction.
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