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d'ART ID#: 109021
Length: 29.25 in (74.30 cm)
Height: 38.00 in (96.52 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
Media Types:
Canvas , Giclee , Reproduction
Style & Subject:
Figurative , Other , Vintage
Submitted by wash2006
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Hamish Blakely
Hide and Seek
Hamish Blakely
Limited Edition Prints - US $1,100.00

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"Hide and Seek" by Hamish Blakely

Limited Edition Giclee on Stretched Canvas-

Edition Size - 195



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Hamish Blakely


"As far as subject matter is concerned, I have always loved painting people, favouring glimpses of figures and anatomy. Even in the enormous, allegorical works of classical masters, I have always been drawn to confined areas of a piece - a spotlit area that reveals a rigid jaw line, or the twist in a turned neck. Often I like to have images remain that simple - paring down extraneous material to leave what feels ephemeral. Other times, I need more of a setting and the reward is in the discipline of being more representative. Ultimately what makes me work is that, despite all the wonderful breakthroughs and milestones I have experienced in painting over the years, I never feel that I have quite nailed it. There is always more to be done, as I think it is very difficult to measure what your potential is, only the gratification that you have not yet reached it."

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