The Gaddi Torso is thought to be a 2nd century BC Hellenistic representation of a centaur straining against its bonds and is named after the family who owned it from as early as the 16th century.
Inspired by this and other ancient fragments, Kim has painted her versions of them in oil using harmonious shades of blue and green.
The print has been adhered to a wooden board which has then been cut to the shape of the face. To achieve a high gloss finish, a coat of specialist art resin has been applied and the edges are protected all the way round with a decorative, yet practical, metal strip. The back is painted in a neutral, flat colour and stamped and dated.
Many of our Wall Art pieces are original paintings in either oil or acrylic. Why not check out our shop for all our available paintings.
Size: Height 78cm, Width 55cm, Depth 1.5cm