In this artwork, titled “Dying,” the artist combines the profound concepts of life, death, and illness into one haunting visual representation.
The main components of the image are the deep black area, which represents an allegory of death and the elapsed time of life, and the bright orange, sun-colored corner, which represents life and the remaining time of life. This image reminds us how precious and limited our time is and how important it is to cherish every moment.
The black spots in the orange field represent the reality of illness that can affect our lives at any time. They show us that life is not only about joy, but also includes challenges and trials. Yet the orange radiates hope, and even in the midst of darkness there is the possibility of healing and new life.
Available as print or download.
a) Print on high-quality aluminum composite with magnetic suspension
20cm x 20cm
Thanks to the latest generation of UV direct printing with 7 colors including "light colors", the matt surface of the aluminum composite shines in absolutely rich colors and subtleties are displayed in high resolution down to the last detail. The pictures are provided with a magnetic suspension
b) Printed on high-quality fine art photo paper from Hahnemühle:
Baryta FB 350
21 cm x 21cm (including edge up to 5 mm)
Delivery is without frame - sample images are for illustrative purposes only
Resolution: 6000px x 6000px
for private use only
maximum 10 downloads
All images are usually printed directly after ordering. If an external printing service provider is involved in the creation, the delivery time can increase to up to 2 weeks.
Delivery is free of charge.
Treatment & Care
Treatment & Care
The print is applied with high quality ink on high quality art paper. To ensure longevity, the image should be protected from direct sunlight.
It is recommended that you only touch the pictures with gloves.
Only pictures made of acrylic glass can be cleaned with a clean, damp cloth without pressure.
Never expose unprotected prints to water. This destroys the surface.