Anuli Croon

no man is an island part ll/4

Anuli Croon (1964) lives and works in Rotterdam since 1990. She graduated in 1989 from the Royal Academy of Art and Design ‘s-Hertogenbosch.

Her work ranges from paintings on canvas and work on paper (she makes in her studio) to large-scale projects in public space. In her compositions, Anuli Croon shows often life-size human figures against an urban background. The figures are abstracted but fully recognizable in a variety palette of matte acrylic paint. The machine-generated compositions have no traditional 'handwriting' but are rendered a human touch through the manual use of small stamps.

“The sources that Croon draws from are diverse. There are apparent influences of posters and comic strips from the 70s, patterns from haute couture or, by contrast, folk art. The artist applies them to a limited number of traditional themes – landscape, still life and portrait – but the execution is far less traditional” (Edo Dijksterhuis)

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€ 1.147 for customers outside the EU

designer: Anuli Croon
year: 2018
limited edition of 2


schmincke aqua linoldrucke | acid-free passepartout cardboard

100 x 70cm

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