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This oil painting is titled; War and Peace.

This oil painting is titled; War and Peace '.


Title: " War and Peace."
Painter: Jesper S. Andersen ©
Medium: Oil on Hessian embossed cardboard imported from the U.K.
Size: 47cm x 64cm.

" War and Peace " - is a homage to the youthful woman, a beautiful muse. It deals with the ravages and battle for peace in the body. Behind the central green female figure in the middle of the landscape, is the oil painter in red, laying down. This painting expresses a sense of climatic character, and stinging precision, with the splurge of paint and design. Which have meaning beyond simple description? All curves on the road to War and Peace, have different twists and turns, so curves on our bodies work the same way. There are some curves that have more hills, and some curves have more " Merry Dents ". The Masculine, expressed through the vertical lines, can be seen in the trees; the balance can be reached (for example) by introducing a horizontal line of the sea. A woman will recognize herself in the endless horizontal line of the sea and will sing her balance in the vertical lines of the wood.
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This was the first oil painting on the subject of the female form in the landscape series.

Title: The Gap.
Painter: Jesper S. Andersen  ©
Medium: Oil on Hessian embossed cardboard imported from the U.K.
Donated to charity; IMOG initiative raising funds for the women & children of East Timor.
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Title: First water, fire tracks and vineyards.
{This painting has since been destroyed by fire}.
Painter: Jesper S. Andersen  ©
Medium: Oil on canvas
Size: 167 x 122cm
Date: 10/07/2002.
This painting is a primitive style, composite rendition of a vineyard. The painting developed out of the lower half of another oil on canvas landscape titled; " First water, fire tracks and vineyards." See below.
The original painting is shown here in the photograph below;
' First water, fire tracks and vineyards ' has since been destroyed.

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Title: Willunga Hillock.
Painter: Jesper S. Andersen. ©
Medium: Oil on Hessian embossed cardboard imported from the U.K.
Donated to charity.; IMOG initiative raising funds for the women & children of East Timor.
Ref. Dr Bruno Giorgio
MB  BS  MRCOG  FRANZCOG  Cheif Executive Officer IMOG
12/10/2006  " Tin Cat Cafe. SA.
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