Gerard Glastra - Massaï Man – Who are you?

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Gerard Glastra - Massaï Man – Who are you?

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Gerard Glastra (1957) is a self-taught artist who, after years of lessons with Adriana Mast in Ruinen and many exhibitions (e.g. Mont Martre Ruinen, Het Valkenhof hall center Beilen and Kunstfestival Midden-Drenthe Galerie Brinkstraat Beilen) will offer paintings himself. The style is realistic and the paintings have a message that often radiates social involvement. This painting is also intended with a bit of humor. The man looks insistently at the viewer of the painting and might ask; "Who are you?". That while that question may also be present in the mind of the viewer. Cultures meeting each other. Fill in who the other will be, but in fact, what do we know about each other. Maybe we have a lot more in common than we think. The full proceeds (excluding shipping costs) will be deposited into giro555 for Ukraine.

Product details

Style
Modern

Subject
Culture

Orientation
Portrait
Number of items
1 pcs
Width
40 cm
Height
50 cm
Length
2 cm

ConditionExcellent

As good as new with no signs of wear

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