Daisuke Nakano’s Peony, 2011 represents an older style of his painting. The painting technique focuses less on refining the shape and lines of the subject - this is seen more in his newer pieces, instead, they reveal a technique of objective abstraction. The washed vintage effect that the artist uses here is decisive and not as spontaneous as it may appear to be. The washed appearance of the painting gives the piece a sense of elegance, apart from your stereotypical flower paintings, this painting literally “wipes” away the old and overused flower imagery and reveals a contemporary consideration.
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