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This series has the Portuguese Ministry of Culture as an institutional partner

Ligia Oliveira painting

Zostera Noltei 1


56cm x 76cm
Watercolour on acid-free cotton paper 300 gsm

2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
Ligia Oliveira painting
Ligia Oliveira painting

Zostera Noltei 2


56cm x 76cm
Watercolour on acid-free cotton paper 300 gsm

2020

Ligia Oliveira
Ligia Oliveira painting
Ligia Oliveira painting

Zostera Noltei 3


56cm x 76cm

Natural pigment and synthetic watercolour on handmade, recycled cotton paper 300 gsm
2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
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Ligia Oliveira painting

 Zostera Noltei 6


38cm x 56cm

Watercolour on handmade, recycled cotton paper 300 gsm
2020

 

Ligia Oliveira painting
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Ligia Oliveira painting

Posidonia Oceanica


56cm x 76cm
Watercolour on acid-free cotton paper 300 gsm

2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
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Ligia Oliveira painting

Cymodocea Nodosa 1

56cm x 76cm

Watercolour on acid-free cotton paper 300 gsm

2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
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Zostera Noltei 5


76cm x 56cm
Watercolour on acid-free cotton paper 300 gsm
2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
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Ligia Oliveira painting

Cymodocea Nodosa 6

56cm x 38cm

Natural pigment on handmade recycled cotton paper 300 gsm

 2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
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Ligia Oliveira painting
Ligia Oliveira painting

Zostera Noltei 4


38cm x 56cm
Natural pigment on handmade recycled cotton paper 300 gsm
2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
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Ligia Oliveira painting

Cymodocea Nodosa 7

38cm x 56cm

Natural pigment on handmade recycled cotton paper 300 gsm

2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
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Ligia Oliveira painting

Zostera Marina 2

56cm x 76cm
Mineral pigment* and botanical fig pigment on handmade recycled cotton paper 300 gsm

*One of the colours used - Ultramarine Blue - is a 90% natural, 10% synthetic combination
2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
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Ligia Oliveira painting

Zostera Marina 3


56cm x 76cm
Mineral pigment* and botanical pigment on handmade recycled cotton paper 300 gsm

*One of the colours used - Ultramarine Blue - is a 90% natural, 10% synthetic combination
2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
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Ligia Oliveira painting

Zostera Marina 1


56cm x 76cm
Mineral pigment, organic coffee on handmade recycled cotton paper 300 gsm
2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
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ligia oliveira

Cymodocea Nodosa 3

38cm x 56cm

Natural pigment* on handmade recycled cotton paper 300 gsm

*One of the colours used - Ultramarine Blue - is a 90% natural, 10% synthetic combination

 2020 

Ligia Oliveira
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Ligia Oliveira painting

Cymodocea Nodosa 4


38cm x 56cm
Natural pigment* on handmade recycled cotton paper 300 gsm

*One of the colours used - Ultramarine Blue - is a 90% natural, 10% synthetic combination
2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
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Ligia Oliveira painting

Zostera Marina 4

56cm x 76cm

Natural pigment* on handmade recycled cotton paper 300 gsm

*One of the colours used - Ultramarine Blue - is a 90% natural, 10% synthetic combination

2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
art
Ligia Oliveira paintings

Cymodocea Nodosa 5


38cm x 56cm
Natural pigment on handmade recycled cotton paper 300 gsm 
2020

Ligia Oliveira paintings
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Ligia Oliveira paintings

Zostera Marina 5

56cm x 76cm

Natural pigment on handmade recycled cotton paper 300 gsm

2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
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Ligia Oliveira painting

Cymodocea Nodosa 2


56cm x 76cm
Watercolour on handmade recycled cotton paper 300 gsm
2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
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Ligia Oliveira painting

Cymodocea Nodosa 8


56cm x 76cm
Watercolour on handmade recycled cotton paper 300 gsm
2020

Ligia Oliveira painting
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Cymodocea Nodosa 9


38cm x 56cm
Natural pigment* on handmade recycled cotton paper 300 gsm

*One of the colours used - Ultramarine Blue - is a 90% natural, 10% synthetic combination
2020

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CymodoceaNodosa9FW.jpg

Between the Sea and the Shore is a series about the unique underwater gardens of seagrass meadows, bringing attention to these threatened ecosystems from which most of life on our seas depends.

This series had the Portuguese Ministry of Culture as an institutional partner.

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