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This painting makes a part of the collection called “After shower”, this piece particularly is a study of the water thrown on the face, in kind of gestic and expressive style.
As an artist, I strive to capture the raw essence of the human experience through my figurative portrait paintings. Influenced by the intense emotional depth of Egon Schiele, the psychological insights of Lucian Freud, and the expressive brushwork of Oskar Kokoschka, my work pays homage to the rich tradition of post-war German expressionism. Each stroke on the canvas is a deliberate exploration of the complexities of the human soul, inviting viewers into a world where emotions speak louder than words. Join me on this visual journey as I seek to unveil the profound beauty that resides in the nuanced faces and forms that surround us, transcending the canvas to reflect the shared pain we all navigate in our journey through life.