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Mosaic with 9 works from the Coloured Girls Series, each 30x30 cm.


Coloured Girls 14 Collage

Marian Williams


Collage, Paper on Canvas

Size: 11.8 W x 11.8 H x 0.8 D in

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The 'Coloured Girls' series is a series of handmade collages consisting of 2 elements, one black and white and one coloured. The black and white elements are coloured girls; photographies by Charles "Chuck" Stewart. His photo reportage 'Nus de Harlem' was printed in 1961, the images on these collages are from the original edition. Charles Stewart's nude models inspire innocence, melancholy and sadness. The collages either reinforce or contradict these inspirations. Framed in white wooden box frame.

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Collage:Paper on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:11.8 W x 11.8 H x 0.8 D in

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Born in Rotterdam in 1962, Marian Williams lives and works in France. Whilst recycling objects, authentic photos and original illustrations from vintage magazines and books, she creates dynamic, striking analog compositions in paint, collage and assemblage. Her work has been on show in France, England, Italy, Albania, the Netherlands, Serbia and in the USA.   The works, influenced by pop art, surrealism and dadaism, show originality and freshness, in which classical art, retro chic, and kitsch are combined in a challenging way. The artist's political engagement for the environment, women's rights, freedom and social justice, are recurring themes. Her story telling is sincere, expressed in various ways, sometimes minimalist, sometimes complex. 'When I was five years old I jumped in a bin at school to save schoolbooks from the 1950's which had been thrown away. Everything about these book was precious to me; the images, the letter type, the torn pages, the colours and the memories. They reflected the history of daily life gone by. They were art to me."

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