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Each of Kristel Bechara’s artworks has a has a story and speaks a thousand words. The paintings in this collection were made available in alternative proportionate sizes.

The Lovers

Giclee on Canvas 150x100cm

The surrealist artist, René Magritte famously described his paintings as “visible images which conceal nothing; they evoke mystery and, indeed, when one sees one of my pictures, one asks oneself this simple

question, ‘What does that mean?’.

This is the artist’s interpretation of ’The Lovers’ drawn in patterns derived from, the master of the expressive language of colour and drawing, and a leading figure in modern art, Henri Matisse.

The artist pays homage to the masters who have shaped art for humanity.

Raphael's Angels

Giclee on Canvas 150x100cm

In the Tribute to the Masters series, the artist takes classical renaissance subjects and reintroduces the historical artwork with a modern style.

 

This is an interpretation of Raffaello Santi’s angels as originally drawn at the center bottom of the great masterpiece ‘The Sistine Madonna’. The ‘The Sistine Cherubs’ or ‘Raphael’s Two Putti’ have their wings drawn in patterns derived from the artworks of French Post-Impressionist artist Paul Cézanne.

Danaïd

Giclee on Canvas 150x100cm

The artist’s interpretation of Auguste Rodin’s Danaïd dressed in patterns derived from impressionist artist Claude Monet.

In this Tribute to the Masters series, classical renaissance subjects are taken and reintroduced with a modern flair.

Despair

Giclee on Canvas 150x100cm

The artist’s interpretation of Auguste Rodin’s Despair dressed in patterns derived from impressionist/realist artist Edgar Degas.

In this Tribute to the Masters series, classical renaissance subjects are taken and reintroduced through the modern lens.

Keith Haring - “The boy who just kept drawing"

Giclee on Canvas 100x150cm

This artwork is a tribute to Keith Haring who transformed the idea of what art is!

When once asked to state the values he was trying to impart in his work, Keith replied:

“A more holistic and basic idea of wanting to incorporate art into every part of life, less as an egotistical exercise and more natural somehow. Taking it off the pedestal. I’m giving it back to the people, I guess.”

Frida

Giclee on Canvas 100x150cm

Mexican artist Frida Kahlo is remembered for her self-portraits. Her art expressed pain, passion and bold vibrant vitality. She is celebrated in Mexico for her attention to Mexican and indigenous cultures and around the world of feminists for her depiction of the female experience and form.

This is the artist’s interpretation of Frida’s portrait covered in patterns derived from the art of the Austrian Symbolist painter Gustav Klimt.

In this series, tribute is paid to the masters who have shaped Art for future artists.

Venus

Giclee on Canvas 100x150cm

A representation of Sandro Botticelli’s Birth of Venus dressed in patterns is derived from the post-impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh.

In this Tribute to the Masters, classical renaissance subjects are taken and the historical artwork is reintroduced in a modern frame.

ASAH - As seen at homes