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Item No. 100409026

"Motherhood: Heartbeat & Body Heat" by Laxmi Hussain

Price reduced from $1,295.00 to $1,036.00 20% off
4.5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100409026

"Motherhood: Heartbeat & Body Heat" by Laxmi Hussain

Price reduced from $1,295.00 to $1,036.00 20% off

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Natural Maple
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  • A DWR-exclusive print in Hussain's signature cobalt blue.
  • Custom framed with acrylic Plexiglas and a maple wood molding.
  • Hanging hardware included.
  • 30" H 30" W 2½" D
Detailed Dimensions

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  • Ships via FedEx

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"Motherhood: Heartbeat & Body Heat" by Laxmi Hussain
Price reduced from $1,295.00 to $1,036.00 20% off
Details

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Laxmi Hussain’s inspiration comes from the female form encountered in everyday life, the tenderness of motherhood, and the natural shapes of the body as a vessel and its evolution throughout life. Her work often includes elements that appear incomplete, inviting the viewer to fill in the absences.
  • A DWR-exclusive print in Hussain's signature cobalt blue.
  • Custom framed with acrylic Plexiglas and a maple wood molding.
  • Hanging hardware included.
Brand
Design Within Reach
General Dimensions
  • 30" H 30" W 2½" D
Product Weight
20 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Heartbeat & Body Heat by Laxmi Hussain

  • Height (in): 30
  • Width (in): 30
  • Depth (in): 2½
  • Weight (lbs): 20
  • Paper
  • Maple wood frame
  • Acrylic Plexiglas

Laxmi Hussain

British artist Laxmi Hussain is known for spontaneous line drawings and process-driven paintings that toe the line between precise and abstract, offering the viewer a chance to engage with her art and “fill in the absences themselves.” Her free-flowing compositions are very often rooted in motherhood and the female form, and almost always, are done in a brilliant shade of blue.

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