Fabiola - mixed media portrait art (2014)
Fabiola was a Roman matron of rank of the company of noble Roman women who, under the influence of the Church, gave up all earthly pleasures and devoted herself to the practice of Christian asceticism and to charitable work.
Porcelain interpretation of Jean-Jacques Henner (15 March 1829 - 23 July 1905) painting of Fabiola.
7" x 9" - 18 x 23 cm sold framed (excluding frame dimensions)
Sold framed and ready to hang.
A signed Certificate of Authenticity is enclosed with shipment.
The artwork is insulated and boxed for safe convential transport, including insurance and tracking number.
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From the beginning my interests were to create unique artworks involving multiple subjects and styles, satisfying my long anticipated dreams. This experimentation continues today, creating new ideas, techniques, styles and diversity.
I have participated in over thirty eight curated solo, group, gallery and guild exhibitions in nine countries, on three continents. My work has appeared in international art books and publications. Donations of work and time have been made to charities and public instruction workshops.