This exquisite piece belongs to a series of illustrative portraitures of phenomenal women artists.
Producing a prodigious amount of thrilling work in the early 20th century, Hilma af Klint pioneered abstract art – painting her first abstract piece in 1906. To honor her artistic pursuits, this painting explores geometrical shapes, botanical patterns and color theory. With one of the artist's famous paintings "The Swan no. 16" in a bright orange background, the portrait of the artist seeks out to explore Klint's interesting psyche. Promoting her ideas of interconnectedness of an indestructible soul, this portrait embodies the achievement of immortality through art.