Acrylic on canvas;
Signed and dated lower right and inscribed on verso;
39,4 x 39,4 in inch
The exposed painting captures a spontaneous moment of a triangular discussion on New York's streets. VOKA, actually Rudolf Vogl, is considered the inventor of spontaneous realism. This involves spontaneously capturing the scene with quick-drying acrylic paints. It is a typical work of the artist with a refreshing colour profile. Slight colour chipping in the centre right (< 2mm). Does not disturb the overall impression.