Month: February 2018

Daedalus and Icarus

Inspired by Odilon Redon (1840-1916) – The fall of Icarus – Oil on canvas – 13,78 x 10,63 inch

Have you heard about Daedalus? Of course you have. In some point, once or twice during your life.

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Peter the geographer

Inspired by Vermeer (1632-1675) – The geographer (around 1668-1669) – Pastel on anthracite paper – 8,82 x 7,80 inch

Peter is both excited and anxious. He must board tomorrow at dawn aboard an giant sailboat towards the New World. His role ? Make the most accurate topographical surveys as possible.

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Kew Gardens

Watercolor – Black stone – 6,10 x 8,66 inch – Unique work

This park means a lot to me. It’ all about my childhood. West of London, about 30 minutes from the center by tube, an area of 121 hectares, Kew Gardens is home to one of the largest collections of plants in the world, more than 30,000 species. Their herbarium follows the same logic with 7 million specimens. Founded in 1759 during the Victorian era, it has been listed since July 2003 on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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Watercolor / Gouache – 6,10 x 8,66 inch – Unique work

The gate is open, that’s weird. The others didn’t even notice anything, even more weird. Well, considering they are hungry bellies, so no wonder. As long as there is grass to graze, here they go not just once but twice ! And what’s up with my best friend? Oh, he is trying to have a date with Severinette. And there’s a long way to go, she’s a tough one. Hey, I’m on my way. I can’t wait to see where my instinct will lead me.

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