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Forbidden Forest
Artist's description:
“The Earth counts time in billions of years. It took more than 4 billion years for it to make trees. In the chain of species, trees are a pinnacle, a perfect living sculpture. Trees defy gravity; they are the only natural element in a perpetual movement toward the sky. They grow unhurriedly toward the Sun that nourishes their foliage. Families of ‘trees’ form, united by customs and rituals that are handed down through the generations. Some adapt to the nature of their pasture and their pasture adapts to them. And both gain. They have inherited from these minuscule cyanobacteria the power to capture light’s energy. They store it and feed off it, turning it into wood and leaves which then decompose into a mixture of water, mineral, vegetable and living matter.” Forests are the lungs of the Earth, without them we, humans would die! In order for us to live and prosper, we need to protect the forests. 

- Home (2009), a documentary by Yann Arthus-Bertrand

This painting was exhibited at:
  • The Brick Lane Gallery in London, UK (October 2016)
  • Luxury Villa in Costa Brava, Spain (Aug - Sept 2018)
  • Bar del Convent in Barcelona, Spain (Jan - Feb 2019)
  • Flyer Art Gallery, Port of Rome, Italy (Aug - Sept 2019)
Dimensions: 70 x 50 x 1.5 cm (27.56 x 19.69 x 0.59 in)
Materials: Oil on canvas
Date and place of creation: 2016, Zagreb (Croatia)
Signature: The painting is signed on the back and comes with a signed certificate of authenticity. The painting can be signed on the front if the buyer insists and only if it mentioned upon purchasing.
Framing: This artwork is sold unframed
Packaging: Fully protected artwork in a reinforced carton box
Shipping: Within 7 days from Barcelona, Spain (with online tracking)
Price: 1520€ + shipping
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