Proteus Editions of 30

1. Size

Size tier

4 prices, 4 sizes: pick your work and size (FYI not all works come in all sizes).

For just a print: simply select your desired size. All edition works come with a hand signed certificate from the artist for that extra special touch.

(Note that not all artworks come in all sizes and materials, for e.g works printed on canvas are only available in House & Villa).

2. Mount

Mounts

Alu Dibond

Top of the range for mounting, protection and style.

The work is mounted on a sophisticated sandwich panel of two thin aluminium pieces with a thin protection film on top. Matt finish.

Alu Dibond Plexi/Matt

Optionally with an extra transparent UV protected polymer-based sheet, in a matt or glossy finish.

Liquid Gloss
A thin layer of polished liquid resin poured over and hardened for maximum protection and a high gloss finish.

3. Print

4. Frame

Print

C-print

A chromogenic print (huh?!) In other words: a digital print on special photographic paper at no extra cost (don’t say we’re not good to you).

Fine art paper
Special (oooooh) art paper giving a rich matt finish used on either Hahnemuhle or Epson fine art. N/A for canvas or plexi glass. Frame is advised with fine art paper to protect the edges.

Framing

Decide to go bare without a frame, or choose between high quality black, white, or our special frame. 'Special' because it was explicitly chosen by our team to suit the artwork best and bring out its loveliest features. Note that not all frame options are available for every artwork.
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Editions sold:

This artwork has been sold 9 times.
$600
Including insurance & delivery

Artwork description

Shock horror! What are these three old geezers so struck by? We join them at what seems to be a children’s party (although the whisky on the table may suggest otherwise..?), decked out in Micky Mouse ears (a signature of the artist), and a paper crown, these three miscreants have been sent to shock. Proteus is referred to as the “Old Man of the Sea” by Homer, yet he can also be translated as “capable of assuming many forms” hence we have these three cheeky chaps, almost identical in their age, wrinkles and grey wispy hair.

This series of twelve poppy, colourful, digital collages sees gods and goddesses reborn through a combination of previously produced photographs.

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About the artist

Barbara van den Berg (The Netherlands, 1978) is an insanely talented artist. Did you think the Dutch could only paint flowers and cows? Well, you will have to reconsider after seeing her work. Look closer: some of her collages are the mix of up to 40 different characters. Who would have thought a patchwork of people could be that beautiful? She sure did. Is she a visionary? Is she a magician? Go back a few lines: insanely talented, it’s as simple as that.  Barbara is an eclectic artist,...

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Proteus by Barbara van den Berg
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