Venice, 1966
Mixed media: watercolour, PV, oil and egg tempera on paper, primed with chalk and PV; mounted on hemp with PV.
920 mm x 600 mm
Painted in Venice, Guidecca, April 1966
Hundertwasser comment about the work:
I had always been able to let myself go intuitively, but especially now, and just paint off the top of my head. It must be awful when somebody butts in when you are painting. But I am sure that just like the painters of earlier centuries, I would turn compulsion into a virtue and would perhaps paint even better. Unfortunately I have painted few winter scenes, even though all colours radiate in the snow as long as the white dancing down from the sky keeps coming. (from: Hundertwasser 1928-2000, Catalogue Raisonné, Vol. 2, Taschen, Cologne, 2002, p. 504)
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