Art in the modern age has been in search of newer ways to depict and explain the complexities of modern existence. In the link given here, we see an innovative style of painting that offers the viewer a different scene when looked at from 4 different sides of the canvas.
The entire canvas has been painted upon in a converging manner, from all four directions, in each of the paintings. The paintings are by a Polish artist named Jacek Yerka, who has been visibly influenced by 15th century Flemish masters like Hugo van der Goes, Hieronymus Bosch and Pieter Bruegel. They are whimsical and puzzling at the same time. via Jacek Yerka’s website | via mymodernmet