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The season of the white peacock

167 x 195 cm
Ink and coffee on Canvas

The painting came about seeing a picture of Tibetan children fleeing from Chinese millets over a river on horseback. The white peacock is a symbol of a superior race.
The painting is meant to be fixed on a wooden frame with round corners as if it were a dias, why the choice of colors in sepia and black. Also, the painting is painted on canvas from an old mattress referring to the precarious situation of this peacefful nation.