Acrylic on Wood board
30 x 40 cm (including frame)
Signed with 'MOND'
Frisian Mudflats at Firdgum, The Netherlands
Firdgum (Frisian: Furdgum) is a village in the municipality of Waadhoeke, in the Dutch Province of Friesland. The village originated on a mound in the early Middle Ages. The place name would refer to the fact that the residence (heme / um) belonged to the Fardinga family. The mound of the village was partly excavated in 1920. This artwork comes with a luxurious wooden frame in natural color. It is protected by a layer of varnish and is painted with acrylic on wood board.