Harmonic Composition II

oil on canvas
50 x 40 cm

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Basel, Switzerland
ABOUT Ribal Molaeb
Ribal Molaeb: A Legacy of Art and MusicRibal Molaeb (b. 1992) was born in Baissour, Lebanon, into an artistic family. The son of the renowned Lebanese artist Jamil Molaeb, he is both an accomplished musician and artist. Early Education and Artistic Foundations in Salzburg and ViennaRibal moved to Salzburg, Austria, aged 17, to study at the...
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About this artwork

This painting, part of Ribal’s “Harmonic Compo- sition” series, features extremely bright red hues as its main subject, rendered in large rectangular vertical shapes that are slightly tilted. These hues are well delineated by sharp outlines, accentuated by the intact marks of paint on the canvas. Some rectangles are superimposed, creating a layered effect. Ribal’s signature mark appears on the right of the painting, incorporating small geometric shapes filled with grey, yellow, and brown. The intense warmth emanating from the various hues of red dominates the minimalist composition, capturing the viewer’s attention with its vibrant and dynamic interplay of colours.

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