Satyricon - Triptych


Satyricon - Triptych by at Hartselle Fine Arts Center. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Acrylic on board by Richard R. Benda, circa 1970's, is an abstract rendering of a group of nude figures in cool tones. Geometric lines break the canvas, and guide the viewer's attention. Signed lower right. Displayed in a black wood frame.


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Acrylic on board by Richard R. Benda, circa 1970's, is an abstract rendering of a group of nude figures in cool tones. Geometric lines break the canvas, and guide the viewer's attention. Signed lower right. Displayed in a black wood frame.

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Category:
R-Print Photographs
Color:
Multi
Artist:
Richard R. Benda
Size:
40x63 in.
Media:
Acrylic
Item Size:
63 x 40 x 0 inches

 


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