Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Sam Francis Paintings Seen Through a Microscope


Have you ever wondered how the drips, splatters and blobs of paint on a Sam Francis painting would look highly magnified? Here is your chance...

"Untitled," 1981, 60 x 55 inches
Collection Rijksmuseum Twenthe, Enschede, Netherlands; Long-term loan of No Hero Foundation 

The photos below are details of an acrylic on canvas painting by Sam Francis (Untitled, 1981) photographed through a microscope by the Conservator Modern Art of Rijksmuseum Twenthe, Enschede (The Netherlands).


 Sam Francis 1981

"Untitled" under the microscope

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2 comments:

  1. All paintings are hand-painted oil paintings .The quality of paint pigment is stable and the color is not easy to change, which is up to the international detection standard of environmentally friendly materials. We pursue high quality of the painting and precise control of the detail.

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  2. Your article is so good, I like oil paintings , and I also know another website and share it with you , all paintings are hand-painted oil paintings .

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