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"Mistral" Hand-Embellished Mixed Media on Canvas by Henry Asencio

"Mistral"

Henry Asencio

Title:
"Mistral"

Medium:
Hand-Embellished Mixed Media Giclee on Canvas

Unframed Size:
22.5" x 30"

Edition Size:
AP 25

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
2015

Purchased from:
Gallery

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
Publisher

 
Asking Price:
$3,500.00

Other Frame:
Stretched, not framed. Black Gallery wrap.

Hand signed:
Lower left




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"Mistral"

Henry Asencio

Title:
"Mistral"

Medium:
Hand-Embellished Mixed Media Giclee on Canvas

Unframed Size:
22.5" x 30"

Edition Size:
AP 25

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
2015

Purchased from:
Gallery

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
Publisher

 
Asking Price:
$3,500.00

Other Frame:
Stretched, not framed. Black Gallery wrap.

Hand signed:
Lower left




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"Mistral" Hand-Embellished Mixed Media on Canvas by Henry Asencio

The legendary Mistral wind blows from atop the Alps and surges down into the breathtaking landscape of the Rhone Valley in southern France. The atmospheric phenomenon of Le Mistral summons spectacular climate and seasonal changes over a vast geographical region. Its powerful capacity to rejuvenate the soil and give new life to wondrous fields of flowers and herbs is a testament to Mother Nature's supreme artistic ability.

Inspired by the metaphorical power of "the winds of change," contemporary painter Henry Asencio breathes life into his latest image aptly titled "Mistral."

The artist expertly captures movement in this piece with his signature brushstrokes and distinctive compositions. His muse is poised as if bending to the force of the wind's current, yet there is a delicate feeling of surrender. As her hair is tossed across her face by the wrath of the wind, she blindly accepts her fate. Her hand falls open in an effort to release that which she no longer needs and accept all that blows her way. She is resigned to go with the flow. In sport of the inferred turbulence, a sense of calm permeates Asencio's canvas and a vision of beauty is born.