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Daniela Flörsheim:
Picture "Mon Amour", unframed
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Picture "Mon Amour", unframed
Daniela Flörsheim:
Picture "Mon Amour", unframed

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ars mundi Exclusive Edition | limited, 199 copies | numbered | signed | reproduction, Giclée print on handmade paper | unframed | size 80 x 80 cm

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Picture "Mon Amour", unframed
Daniela Flörsheim: Picture "Mon Amour", unframed

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Picture "Mon Amour", unframed

The flower frenzy: This graphic by Daniela Flörsheim shows the coexistence of merging blossoms and panicles in warm red tones and sun-drenched pastel shades. The colours are sometimes in the foreground, at other times delicately accompanying each other.

Exclusively at ars mundi, we offer you this Flörsheim work as a colourful Giclée print on handmade paper. The colours are particularly brilliant due to the high resolution and the excellent paper quality. Limited edition of 199 copies, numbered and signed by the artist. Unframed. Sheet size 80 x 80 cm.

About Daniela Flörsheim

Daniela Flörsheim, born in Düsseldorf, Germany, in 1953, studied at the Düsseldorf Art Academy and was a master-class student of Professor Joseph Beuys. Archaeological and art historical studies in Jerusalem completed her education. Since 1984, she has been a freelance artist with numerous solo and group exhibitions at home and abroad. Her works can be found in private collections as well as in public institutions.

Daniela Flörsheim transforms external impressions directly and very independently. In doing so, she combines a high sensitivity for colours with the expressiveness of her brushwork. Her works reveal a fine sensitivity to beauty. The artist paints with light and seemingly highly fluid application of colour. Like in Asian Zen, she applies liquefied pigments to the canvas with ecstatic brushstrokes.

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