Hilma Af Klint Abstract Framed Art Print, Tree of Knowledge No. 5
The Tree of Knowledge series vastly expands on the traditional story from Genesis: The compositional and pictorial elements of these paintings rather suggest that the Tree of Knowledge is not just a biblical story of old, but an inner reality active within us even today. The paintings guide us into a contemplative, living experience that might activate some of our chakras, particularly the base and crown chakra. In Hilma af Klint’s depiction the Tree of Knowledge seems to spring from the four petals of the base chakra that are formed by streaming currents possibly referencing the Water of Life.
Available as an unframed fine art print or choose from a variety of frames and mounts.
All frames are made from responsibly sourced wood and are made in our Nottinghamshire workshop.
Print size quoted is the printed area, with mounts varying from 1 inch wide for small prints and 2-3 inches wide for larger prints.
For example, the 8x10 inch print with white mount and white frame will measure approximately 10x14 inches overall and the 24x30 inch print with white mount and white frame will measure approximately 32x38 inches overall.
Frames are approximately one inch wide and one inch deep.
All prints are made using archival art stocks and UV pigment inks to give up to 200 years life.
Frames and Mounts
All of our frames are custom made to order in our Nottinghamshire workshop. The wood for our frames is responsibly sourced from managed forests in the UK and EU.
All of our frames are fitted with a backing board with integral hanging points.
Our mounts are cut from sustainable sourced acid free board.
Frames up to 16x20 inches are fitted with high clarity glass and larger frames are fitted with high quality acrylic which has the same visual clarity as our glass.
Hilma Af Klint was a Swedish artist and mystic whose paintings are considered among the first abstract works known in Western art history. A considerable body of her work predates the first purely abstract compositions by Kandinsky, Malevich and Mondrian. She belonged to a group called "The Five", comprising a circle of women inspired by Theosophy, who shared a belief in the importance of trying to contact the so-called "High Masters"—often by way of séances Her paintings, which sometimes resemble diagrams, were a visual representation of complex spiritual ideas.
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