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Paul Akiiki

The three sisters, 2019

Painting : acrylic 36 x 32 x 0.75 inch

$6,000

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Paul Akiiki, The three sisters

About the artwork

Artwork sold in perfect condition

The warm colours; the proximity; the posture and character shared amongst the 3 sisters is a symbol of solidarity. They are in love. The painting is with brush. Acrylic paint using vivid colours on a primed pure strong cotton canvas. The canvas is professional gallery standard quality. I was inspired by the beautiful, elegant, tall and emancipated energetic young ladies. They portray confidence, having common aspirations and a symbol of modernity. The painting will be rolled professionally, packaged and shipped in a tube. A certificate of Authenticity shall be attached at shipment.
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Professional art gallery • Kampala, Uganda

Artsper seller since 2020

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Medium
Painting: acrylic
Dimensions cm inch
36 x 32 x 0.75 inch
Framing
Not framed
Type
Unique work
Authenticity
Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Tags

Women

Themes

Portrait

Figurative

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The artwork is available for pickup from the gallery in Kampala, Uganda or can be delivered to the address of your choice less than a week after validation of your order. The work is insured during transport, so it's risk-free.
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Paul Akiiki

Paul Akiiki

Uganda • Born in: 1972

Black Artists Painters

Rothko-Style Artists

Poetic landscapes

African Aesthetic

Painters

Ugandan artists

Paul Akiiki is a modern and contemporary professional African painter. He has a masterful mastery of the canvas.

Paul's love for art began when he was still a toddler, scribbling over anything his hands could land on.

He recorded a strong zeal for his special skills and deepened it when he joined a formal art school at the prestigious Margaret Trowel School of Industrial and Fine Arts-Makerere University 1994. He graduated in 1998 He followed various disciplines such as sculpture drawing, ceramics, art history, graphic design, business studies related to art, but emerged with painting as his major.

Paul runs his UJUZI Art Studios / Gallery which he founded in 1999. The studios are currently located on the 1678 Kisaasi road Bukoto lot.

In his own words: “I love and admire the Dutch master Van Gogh. I am particularly delighted with his mastery in the way he juxtaposes his pigments to trigger endless emotions in the eyes of the beholder". He mainly uses the impasto painting technique, which simply refers to the application of large chunks of paint to the floor or canvas.

In the impasto technique, Paul Akiiki records his message or iconography by applying the curly-swirl approach. The technique guides the viewer through his canvases from one point to another and always brings you back a continuous movement.

The majority of Paul's paintings are oils on canvas. “My work is non-representative, it is semi-abstract, emotional with a strong iconography full of energy and the sun as a signature. It is modern and contemporary, and built with professional materials. Sometimes I work with traditional subjects but with a modern touch. I love nature and the depth and perspective draws you deep into the inner part of my art".

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