figurative motif

Figurative motifs are paintings in which the human silhouette is present. The figure is implicitly a human being. This association probably comes from the intense presence of human beings in the art for a long time, in fact since time immemorial. The man tells a story about himself by expressing it through art. And when a sculptor does this – a figure is created. Sculptures are made of durable materials. This is why stone figures made thousands of years ago have survived to the present day. They testify to the enduring presence of the figure in art. Contemporary artists are keen to use figural motifs. They depict the human being with the great freedom that modern art provides. Figurative motifs in my art are of great importance to me. Human beings are one of the most important subjects for me. Along with nature. So much can be expressed through the human silhouette.

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