Puppet Doll

Original Oil Painting with woolen thread on canvas.
This conceptual painting is perfect for your wall decor.
The size of the painting is 27x35 inches | 70x90 centimeters.
The painting is one-of-a-kind, hand-signed on the front and backside of the canvas.

About the idea
In the painting we see a woman in the role of a puppet. Who did this to her? Was it herself or someone else? We do not see the puppeteer... This woman is not free in her choices and decisions, she simply plays the role assigned to her, she is controlled by a scarlet thread. The frame of the skirt refers us back to a time when all possibilities of fulfillment for women ended with the family and children. This skirt shows us that despite the fact that times have changed, the woman is again in a kind of cage, albeit different in form. This woman could have waved her arms and flown away from her voluntary slavery, but instead she hangs doomed in her arms in a crucified pose, drooping her eyes and resigning herself to the role of a beautiful doll imposed on her by society.

Please read:
- Painting colors on your screen may differ slightly from actual colors
- Paintings look more beautiful in reality than in the photo
- Frame is not included

Made by Leah Larisa Bunshaft (#DIZLARKA)

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