Artist: Antonio Wehrli
Artwork Title: Armin entführt Thusnelda
Size: 16.5cm x 22cm
Medium: Acrylic on Antique (1890) Print by Willhelm Lindenschmit on MDF
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Armin was a Germanic leader who conquered and destroyed three Roman legions in 9 AC. The father of Thusnelda did not agree to her marrying Armin although she loved him. With Thusneldas consent, Armin kidnapped her and she became his wife.
The base of this artwork is an antique print by Willhelm Lindenschmit from the late 19th century.
Antonio Wehrli mounted this antique print onto a 5mm MDF plate. He then painted his signature style gravity flow over it to increase depth and beauty, thus creating a new conceptual artwork.
Signed, dated and titled on verso by the artist Antonio Wehrli
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