In “Kenya” by Lazlo Emmerich, two trees thrive in the molten heat of the scorched russet and gold African plains. Born in Germany and raised in the Netherlands, Emmerich was an apprentice to well-known painter Otto Van’t Sant while he was still in his teens. Emmerich experimented with poetry, politics and large-scale artistry before discovering the subtle, earth-toned images and distressed surfaces that define his paintings. Emmerich believes that beauty, purity and enrichment can be gained from the solitude expressed in his work.
Lazlo Emmerich’s artwork radiates tranquility, expressed through isolated trees and warm, sunrise colors. Originally from Germany and raised in the Netherlands, Emmerich was so artistically gifted, he became an apprentice to renowned painter Otto Van’t Sant when he was still a teenager. Emmerich experimented with poetry, politics and large-scale artwork before embracing the subtle, rustically colored images and distressed surfaces that have become his signature. Emmerich believes that beauty, purity and enrichment emanate from the solitude expressed in his work.
This print is transferred to an artist-grade cotton canvas. The fine pebble texture of the UV coating creates a matte luster that eliminates flare. The Museum Wrap provides a clean, finished look from front, side and back. The canvas is wrapped around 1 ? inch wood support bars.