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Pasta Oner

Pill

UK: Greenford Park Warehouse

Estimate:

4,000 to - 6,000 GBP

Pasta Oner

Pasta Oner

Pill

Pill

Estimate:

4,000 to - 6,000 GBP

Lot sold:

5,670

GBP

Pasta Oner

Czech, b. 1979

Pill


signed and dated 2020 on the reverse 

oil and acrylic on canvas

unframed: 100 by 100cm., 39¼ by 39¼in.

framed: 100.5 by 100.5cm., 39½ by 39½in.

Original canvas. This work is in very good original condition and is ready to hang.

Presented in a narrow frame.


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Pasta Oner’s artistic expression is imbued with pop-art and cartoon aesthetics, most recently inspired by iconic works of the Old Masters. In his work Oner paraphrases well known motifs and places them into new contexts, offering the viewer an ironic reflection on contemporary society.