39.4 - 31.5 (100 - 80 cm) | Acrylic on Linen
The 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 Amsterdam “Museumplein”. Behind, you see the houses with the well-known Amsterdam facades (from 1800-1900). Actually, they are next to the famous Concert Hall and only a few meters from this “Donkey’s Ear”. Seen from a certain perspective, it brings this unusual and colorful composition. Big changes in style really entertains.