This new painting “The Amsterdam Dog Ear” shows surprising contrast. In time and shapes. The sharp, triangular and up to seven meters towering clean grass slope from landscape architect Sven-Ingvar Andersson (from 2000) is called the “Dog Ear” (Ezelsoor). This raised ground level lies in the corner of the “Museumplein”. Behind, you see the houses with the well-known Amsterdam facades (from 1800-1900). Actually, they are just next to the famous Concert Hall and only a few meters from "The Dog Ear”. Seen from a certain perspective, it brings this unusual and colorful composition. Big changes in style really entertains.
Size: 39.4 - 31.5 (100 - 80 cm) | Acrylic on Linen