Month: June 2018

What if …

Oil on canvas – 16,14 x 10,63 inch – Unique work

I could change the vision of how things could be. It would probably be like seeing these flowers through a macro lens.

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Inspired by Edouard Manet (1832-1883) – The Plum (around 1877) – Oil on canvas – 15,75 x 11,81 inch

Like every day of the week, at 19:00 sharp, Mado walks in my cafe almost like a queen. Tonight she’s dressed in her pale pink dress, slightly worn, and her hard blue hat. I love her in this outfit. She’s my favorite regular. By the way, I’m Gaston! A couple of years ago, I bought this half-shabby bar for peanuts to a half-drunk guy near Montmartre. And since then, I have always tried to make it a good place, a place where you like meeting friends, a place where no one is afraid to drown its loneliness.

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The Cup

Inspired by an indo-persane miniature (Prince holding a cup and a bottle – 1640) – Gouache / Watercolor – 12,60 x 9,45 inch

Death holds in its hands a huge cup.
In this full cup there is destiny.

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The white lilac

Inspired by Edouard Manet (1832-1883) – White lilacs Lilas in a crystal vase (1882) – Pastel – 10,63 x 6,30 inch

A sweet memory of my childhood overwhelms me suddenly as I walk lazily in this path in the middle of nowhere.

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One day I’ll go to New York …

Charcoal / White chalk / Red chalk on white paper – 11,81 x 7,87 inch – Unique work

As I sang this song in my head, as my wished holidays in the countryside had just fallen by the wayside, as my best computer friend guided me, I decided to fly to the city that never sleeps: New York.

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