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Monika
Koch

Monika Koch is a Polish-born self-taught artist living in London since 2003. Koch creates bold, naïve visions of striking female portraits using simple brush lines, strokes and block colours. The artist was enchanted by female beauty which became her leading muse and Koch portrays them through simple and direct forms.

Her inspirations come from all sorts of objects she finds beautiful and interesting including photography, art, and people. 

Koch embraced mix-media forms using ink, gouache, acrylics, and gold leaf.

Koch’s art is effortless, there are a lot of distortions and exaggerations – but this is how she makes her own mark.

Her style is still evolving. She's constantly looking for new ideas and inspirations.

COLLECTION

Rainbow girls
Rainbow girls

Mixed-media on museum quality paper 21 x 30cm (unframed)

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Rainbow girls
Rainbow girls

Mixed-media on museum quality paper 21 x 30cm (unframed)

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Rainbow faces
Rainbow faces

Mixed-media on museum quality paper 21 x 30cm (unframed), 2022

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Rainbow faces
Rainbow faces

Mixed-media on museum quality paper 21 x 30cm (unframed), 2022

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Rainbow girl with dotted neck
Rainbow girl with dotted neck

Mixed-media on museum quality paper 21 x 30cm (unframed), 2022

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Rainbow girl with dotted neck
Rainbow girl with dotted neck

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Rainbow girl with dotted neck
Rainbow girl with dotted neck

Mixed-media on museum quality paper 21 x 30cm (unframed), 2022

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Rainbow girl with orange neck
Rainbow girl with orange neck

Mixed-media on museum quality paper 21 x 30cm (unframed), 2022

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Rainbow girl with orange neck
Rainbow girl with orange neck

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Rainbow girl with orange neck
Rainbow girl with orange neck

Mixed-media on museum quality paper 21 x 30cm (unframed), 2022

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Rainbow girl with orange neck
Rainbow girl with orange neck

Mixed-media on museum quality paper 21 x 30cm (unframed), 2022

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