Skull gifts, Skull t-shirts, Skull posters, skull stickers and more… High quality skull related cards, gifts, novelties and colectables by taiche, an independent artist and designer. Pyramid of Skulls is an acrylic painting, post-Impressionist style following the original artist Paul Cézanne. It depicts four human skulls stacked in a pyramidal configuration. Painted in teal against a dark background, Pyramid of Skulls is exceptional in the artist’s oeuvre, for “in no other painting did Cézanne place his objects so close to the viewer.” For art historian Françoise Cachin, “these bony visages all but assault the viewer, displaying an assertiveness very much at odds with the usual reserve of domestic still-life tableaux”
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Inspired by the work of Cezanne. A fauvist interpretation of Pyramid of Skulls. Painted in acrylics on 300gsm canvas texture acid-free acrylic paper.
“I don’t mind if my skull ends up on a shelf as long as it’s got my name on it.” Debbie Harry
Paul Cézanne – Pyramid of Skulls (c. 1901; Oil on canvas, 37 × 45.5 cm/ 14 5-8 × 17 7-8") The original can be seen here
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