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Nathan Chantob

Born in 1991, Nathan Chantob lives and works in the Paris region. Young painter, he is primarily interested in human and in particular what appears beyond language. His work revolves around this theme, most often through the portrait.
Draw instinctively in a quest for authenticity
Nathan Chantob's interest is towards quite frontal things in both his creation and in life. He likes to think that from his head to his brush, there is some immediacy. Before starting to paint, he worked a lot and especially with drawing.
The drawing is an integral part of his life and he draws on all supports and with everything that falls under his hand. His painting is a mixture of instinct and work. There is always in him this obligation to do well, in a quest for authenticity and out of respect for the great masters.
The human figure as a common thread
Nathan Chantob painted, drawing inspiration from what happens to him; His past, his present, and even these people he sees daily, often in a hurry at the corner of a street, in the metro or the bars. They are similar and yet so unique at the same time.
The human figure quasi-unemployed in his work accounts for a mankind, worried and often dark humanity. According to Nathan Chantob "the densest darkness is never far from the liveliest light".
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