Oil on canvas
112 x 198 cm | 44.1 x 78 in.

USD 5,000

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From the “Limbic Tropical Sensual” series highlighting female sexual oppression.

Daniela Marten Rothe’s female sexual oppression painting called Anasuromai, a provocative exploration of femininity, sensuality, and power. Against a backdrop of abstract yellow and green, pink petals bloom with erotic energy, evoking the essence of female genitalia. Marten Rothe draws inspiration from luminaries such as Anaïs Nin, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Audre Lorde, infusing her work with a rich tapestry of influences that celebrate the feminine spirit.

In her ‘Hatching Goddess’ series, Marten Rothe imbues her paintings with a primal vitality, using earthy elements like clay to evoke the cycles of life and creation. Through raw techniques such as cutting holes into the canvas, she exposes layers of vulnerability, inviting viewers to confront the complexities of sexuality and identity.

Rooted in Costa Rica’s lush tropical landscape, Marten Rothe’s artistry blossoms with flora, leaves, and petals, creating a sensual dialogue between nature and spirituality. In her ‘Sensual Tropical Limbic’ series, vibrant colors and bold floral forms intertwine, echoing themes of sensuality and eroticism while challenging societal norms surrounding female sexuality.

With this female sexual oppression painting called Anasuromai, Daniela Marten Rothe invites viewers to embrace the raw beauty of femininity, celebrating the inherent power and vitality of the female form.

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Additional information

Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 150 × 15 × 15 cm

Black, Green, Orange, Red, white, Yellow


USD 2,000 – 5,000