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Tutankhamun’s Curse – Original retro Hollywood horror painting on high quality stretched canvas ready-to-hang with d-rings and picture wire.

My inspiration is b-grade Hollywood movies of the 1950s.  I took an image of a woman screaming and juxtaposed it against Tutankhamun’s mask.  I imagined the woman in Tutankhamun’s Curse as part of Howard Carter’s expedition team when they discovered Tutankamun’s tomb in 1922 – unfortunately she understands she has been cursed as she breathes in the unhealthy miasma of germs from long ago!

My paintings are created using acrylic paints, gels and mediums and often have interesting textures and a glossy or metallic surfaces.  Ready-to-hang with d-rings and picture wire.

Invest in an up-and-coming artist. I have been finalist for all the major Queensland prizes for the past few years – Lethbridge 10,000, Rotary Art Spectacular, Moreton Bay Art Awards, Noosa Art Award, Stanthorpe Art Prize. I have also exhibited at various Brisbane and Gold Coast galleries.

Tutankhamun’s Curse

Jane Ianniello

AUD$1,900
Size: 76w x 61h x 3.8d cms
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Tutankhamun’s Curse – Original retro Hollywood horror painting on high quality stretched canvas ready-to-hang with d-rings and picture wire.

My inspiration is b-grade Hollywood movies of the 1950s.  I took an image of a woman screaming and juxtaposed it against Tutankhamun’s mask.  I imagined the woman in Tutankhamun’s Curse as part of Howard Carter’s expedition team when they discovered Tutankamun’s tomb in 1922 – unfortunately she understands she has been cursed as she breathes in the unhealthy miasma of germs from long ago!

My paintings are created using acrylic paints, gels and mediums and often have interesting textures and a glossy or metallic surfaces.  Ready-to-hang with d-rings and picture wire.

Invest in an up-and-coming artist. I have been finalist for all the major Queensland prizes for the past few years – Lethbridge 10,000, Rotary Art Spectacular, Moreton Bay Art Awards, Noosa Art Award, Stanthorpe Art Prize. I have also exhibited at various Brisbane and Gold Coast galleries.