Sensual 2 is the second painting in the series with the same title. It presents a beautiful and sensual woman with dark hair wearing a black dress. Painted by ania luk – the painter with a degree in Fine Arts Academy.
This painting is a new and sensual contemporary art with elements of art deco style.
Sensual 2, painted on canvas with acrylic paint with visible texture. Signed on the front, with certificate of authenticity.
The series “Sensual”
The inspiration for this series of paintings is the sensuality of women.
Sensuality is a combination of the female body, nature and specific behaviors that make a woman seem to be intriguing and appealing. It is such an elusive aura that surrounds a woman, because femininity itself is sensual, if skillfully exposed. The feminine delicacy and subtlety also lies strength …
The painting took part in exhibitions of contemporary art, organized by the Daylighted Gallery from San Francisco in San Francisco and in New York – Park Central Hotel (Portraits of Contemporary Life).
The painting was featured as Vango Art Picks (online gallery from USA) – the best artwork on a week-to-week basis. Furthermore Sensual 2 was honored as one of the best portraits.
The term “art deco” was created in 1968 by an English art historian Bevis Hillier in reference to the resurgent interest in art decoratif – characteristic trend that prevailed in the years 1909-1939, cultivating luxury and wealth. Manifested itself in many ways: in painting, graphics, fashion, jewelry, sculpture, textiles, interior design and architecture. It represented many design concepts that appeared approx. 1909 in Paris and developed over the next thirty years.
What distinguishes art deco style is combination of modern styles with artistic finish and richness of the materials used. In addition, art deco is a pastiche of many different styles, sometimes dissonant, which are united by the desire for modernity. In fine arts, nothing better brings out the language of art deco, than paintings of Tamara Lempicka.
Note: Using images of Ania Luk’s paintings can only be done with the written agreement of the artist.