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PRODUCT DETAILSType | Original ArtMedium | Paintings > Mixed MediaStyle | AbstractSubject | Plants & FlowersYear | 2017Size | 30.0cm x 30.0cm x 4.0cmReady to hang | YesSigned | Yes, front, bottom rightMaterials | acrylic paint, markers and spraypaint on wallpaper glued (marouflé)on canvas
Monet Monet Monet n° 7
Original painting with mixed media on french wallpaper marouflé on deep-edge canvas, 2015 to 2017. Alternatively titled 'Nymphéas Noir', part of the series inspired by the works at Giverny of Claude Monet.
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Painter and arts educator, dividing his time between England and France since 2000. He works according to his 'synaesthetics' of places lived, frequented or visited fleetingly. Neither landscapes nor seascapes,the artist ambiguously calls most of his compositions 'scapes', an anagram of 'spaces'. Much travelled, he has exhibited throughout Europe (London and the north-east of England, but also Brussels, Berlin, Metz, Stuttgart, Split...) and permanently in Paris. He has work in collections throughout Britain, mainland Europe, Asia and the US.
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