by Amalia de la Vega

I intentionally left the subject of the argument open to interpretation in my painting "Argument." The diverse group of individuals, with five men and one woman, represents the universality of conflict and how it can arise among people from all walks of life.

The white-faced man in the middle, who appears to be the referee, symbolizes the struggle to maintain control and mediate the situation. His presence emphasizes the complexity and the often delicate nature of resolving disputes.

By not specifying the cause of the argument, I wanted to encourage viewers to reflect on their own experiences and emotions during disagreements. The painting serves as a reminder that conflicts can emerge from various sources, but what truly matters is the way we navigate these challenging situations and work towards understanding and resolution.

Product information:

Minimum size: 80x80cm (31.5 inch)
Medium: Dibond fine art print - matt
Editions: 42
Ownership: All artworks are signed including the unique edition number, and a signed Certificate of Authenticity.

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