Filipino women have always been Anita. Marseille. Among the common protagonists in the paintings, they provide an endless stream of inspiration for her entire artistic career. "Women Feeding Chicken" is an excellent example of Anita's motherly love and hard work praising women's love and her sisterhood.
This piece belongs to one of Anita's classic works of the "Green Age" and its area of painting is larger than most other works. The period from the middle to the late 1970s was called the "green period" because she liked to paint leaves, plants, and different types of crops, so that the entire painting was covered in thick green shades. Those women are usually the same color, the skin seems to be smeared with a bright green, perfectly turned into a beautiful luster, covered with a soft green canvas is just like a crystal clear jade. The women are as if they are integrated with the surroundings, symbolizing their connection with the earth and the harmonious relationship between man and nature. This harmonious relationship is particularly important to Anita, who had been away for many years. . "The Woman Feeds Chicken" is full of Anita's strong homesickness and her memories of her past life in the Philippines. The women in the paintings do not represent any individual, but are creative elements that exist on the canvas to reflect the motherhood and diligence of the Filipian women.Price and auction place
Price: 1,100,000 USD
Auction time: October 2018 Auction: New York