The Ten Largest, No. 7., Adulthood, Group IV depicts, much like the rest of its series. organic and botanical forms and creatures. The paintings have both representational elements and also exist in the fantastical realm. Hilma Af Klint wrote that this series of paintings were commissioned by a higher power and were intended to, through these works, give the world a glimpse of the system of the four parts of life.
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Creator: Hilma af Klint
Original Medium: Tempera on paper mounted on canvas
Original Size: 315 x 235 cm
Location: Stiftelsen Hilma af Klints Verk
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