Romanian artist wants to create the largest painting in the world

A Romanian artist began work on the largest painting in the world, which will be also visible by night. He described the painting as a travel through space and time, inspired by the images taken by the Hubble telescope. The work will be 2.1 metres wide and 100 metres long, Antena 3 informs.

Raul Neret (33) isolated himself in a chalet of Bucegi Mountains, where he is working on his unique project. The painting will be exhibited in Spain and Germany and the money it will bring will serve to charity purposes.
“The project has an impressive size, but what makes it really special is the fact that it has three different aspects: in broad daylight, in darkness when exposed to ultraviolet light, and in total darkness, when it will radiate the light, because it is painted with pigments that accumulate the light,” the artist said. “Raul Neret is a painter from the town of Hunedoara. He is married, has two children – a boy and a girl – and he accepted the challenge of working in a remote location of the Bucegi Mountains, to create a unique painting,” said Klaus Deker, the representative of the sponsor company.

The painting can be rolled, in order to be only partially visible. It will be exhibited in premiere next year, in Spain and Germany. (A.B.)

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