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Original art piece, Tree of Humility, by Brisbane based artist Monique Baques.

This oil painting belongs to the Paradise series, which is a bright and humorous comparison between Brisbane and the Garden of Eden, moments after the original sin. Gracious and amusing parrots represent Eve and the seven capital sins. Heaven and the seven virtues are depicted as seven colourful trees inspired by those existing at Hawthorne and New Farm parks, the Fig Tree Pocket suburb, the Brisbane Botanical Gardens and Mount Coot-tha forest.

From the artist: I started the process of making this painting by creating a collage with Japanese patterned papers. I further developed it into several designs to use as a starting point for my oil painting. Once drawn I applied 3 to 4 thin layers of pure flat oil to obtain the resulting intense and vibrant colours.

Tree of Humility

Monique Baques

AUD$1,800
Size: 70w x 100h x 4d cms
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Original art piece, Tree of Humility, by Brisbane based artist Monique Baques.

This oil painting belongs to the Paradise series, which is a bright and humorous comparison between Brisbane and the Garden of Eden, moments after the original sin. Gracious and amusing parrots represent Eve and the seven capital sins. Heaven and the seven virtues are depicted as seven colourful trees inspired by those existing at Hawthorne and New Farm parks, the Fig Tree Pocket suburb, the Brisbane Botanical Gardens and Mount Coot-tha forest.

From the artist: I started the process of making this painting by creating a collage with Japanese patterned papers. I further developed it into several designs to use as a starting point for my oil painting. Once drawn I applied 3 to 4 thin layers of pure flat oil to obtain the resulting intense and vibrant colours.