Acrylic on Hardboard
15 x 21 cm (including frame, 35 x 30 cm)
Signed with 'MOND'
The conductor is busy and has full control over the orchestra. A conductor or conductor (derived from the Latin conductor = 'demarcating, straightening, directing, arranging, arranging') is the leader of an orchestra, choir or other music company. Conducting the orchestra itself is called conducting or conducting, with the word 'conducting' primarily referring to the directions given by the conductor while making music. The training of music students to become a conductor at conservatories is also called 'management'. This is a preliminary study for a larger canvas. The artwork comes with a beautiful natural frame. It is painted in acrylic on hardboard and is protected with anti-reflective glass.