The immediate junction of this indented line and the smooth plaster area at the center of the work is marked by a deep crevice, a U- shaped form projecting from the junction painted a bright yellow, and a tin cut to form a spiral, embedded in the plaster and painted red.The outer spiral of the tin rests upon the yellow projection and is in turn held down by a white stone placed upon it, directly over the yellow projection.This group is placed directly against a large area of tinted plaster which develops a series of curved surfaces, undulating in three-dimensions across the surface of the work.These areas are tinted in a wariety of orange hues and contain a number of objects embedded in and projecting from them.
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Kurt Schwitters – MerzBarn – Details 2
- Rare Liverpool Artist at Bonhams 19th Century and British Impressionist Art Sale September 24, 2020James Campbell (British, 1828-1893) A ... The members of the Liverpool Group of Pre-Raphaelite painters may be less well-known than those of the founders of the Brotherhood such as Millais, Holman Hunt and Rossetti, but they are no less fascinating for that. A Pastoral Rehearsal, an intriguing work by the leading Liverpool School painter, James […]