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Artist reflection

Abstraction would be the main word to describe the metaphysical painting approach, which also served as the surrealist movement's starting point. Giorgio de Chirico's paintings not only influenced me in terms of abstraction and surrealism, but they also resemble drawings of still lifes by placing an object on a very large "square," giving the image a feeling of wonder while also giving it a sense of expansion. I've been putting a lot of emphasis on the story in my most recent paintings, leaving little room for the viewer to associate.

In order to pique the audience's imagination, I'm considering removing portions of my own images and replacing them with a sizable, new area. possible.

References:​​Tate (1970) 'the uncertainty of the poet', Giorgio de Chirico, 1913, Tate. Available at: (Accessed: January 23, 2023). 


The Uncertainty of the Poet, 1913, oil on canvas,1060 × 940 mm


he Song of Love, 1914, oil on canvas, 73 × 59.1 cm, Museum of Modern Art, New York

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