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Back to the Garden

Tõnis Saadoja
Artists' Books
22 × 28 × 0.2 cm

The small publication shows four pairs of still-life paintings. In each pair, on the left there is a gouache painting from 1995–1997, executed by the artist in Tallinn Children’s Art School. On the right there is an oil painting made 15 years later, modeled after a photograph taken in the original location. The setup of the objects is arranged by looking at the early works only.

Graphic design by Indrek Sirkel

lithography: Marje Eelma

  1. Back to the Garden

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