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Monica Rohan’s paintings so beautifully depict her love of nature and highly patterned textiles, she is particularly inspired by artist Edouard Vuillard

MONICA ROHAN Rather not, 2016, oil on board

When you look at Monica Rohan's paintings made of coloured vortices and female bodies with heads hidden in swirling patterns, the first impression is an

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Monica Rohan, Deliberating, Oil on board, 60 x 80 cm. Used here by kind permission from Sydney Contemporary. All rights reserved.

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Les peintures dans les fleurs de Monica Rohan

Monica Rohan paints self-portraits in which she is eternally hiding behind and searching within vibrant, patterned textiles and luscious, green plants. The Australian artist is inspired by her own …

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Australian artist Monica Rohan paints to convey a sense of what it feels like to be overwhelmed. Her female figures are represented floating, falling, tumbling, twisted in greenery or, more.

Monica Rohan Paints Self-Portraits Being Swallowed Up By A Beautiful Vortex Of Patterned Fabric

Monica Rohan paints self-portraits in which she is eternally hiding behind and searching within vibrant, patterned textiles and luscious, green plants. The Australian artist is inspired by her own …

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Visual self-exploration in drawings by Monica Rohan Monica Rohan is a Australian artist. A 2010 Honours Graduate from Queensland College of Art, Rohan’s work has already attracted significant interest. In 2012 she was a finalist in the.

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Maggie Chiang’s illustrations evoke a longing for adventure and the pursuit of the unknown, exploring impossible landscapes and places unseen.

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I totally fell in love with Monica Rohan's paintings. Her portraits reminds me Klimt artworks, where patterns, bright colors and dreamy subjects creates together an harmonic composition.

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Archibald finalist 2016 Easton Pearson, oil on board, My sincere thanks to Pamela and Lydia!

MONICA ROHAN Wrench, 2015, oil on board

When you look at Monica Rohan's paintings made of coloured vortices and female bodies with heads hidden in swirling patterns, the first impression is an

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