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The Infante III Drawing

Cécile Duchêne Malissin

France

Drawing, Acrylic on Paper

Size: 15 W x 22 H x 0 D in

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The theme of the portrait is found in a recurring way in the , which opens a door to the past. The terms Infante or infant were used for the children of the royal, Spanish and Portuguese families. They were called Infants of their countries, just as the children of the King of France were called the Children of France. In a dreamlike and poetic world, the artist recounts the degradation of the memories of people or places, and the fleetingness of our passage on earth. The passage of time translates into a work of transparency, resulting from a combination of paint and paper mounted on thick paper (600g/m2).

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Drawing:Acrylic on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:15 W x 22 H x 0 D in

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She is a french artist, born in Paris (France). She currently lives and works in Montargis, near Paris. Both realistic and dreamlike, Cécile Duchêne Malissin’s painting implies some introspection. Characters or animals are shown in abstract settings or lush vegetation. Her works exude a powerful attraction and conveys reverie. They are bushy, free, imaginative compositions and a poetic and singular universe. Her portraits express a meditative abandonment and the richness of an inner life. Childhood, is also tackled and evokes the loss of innocence as well as facing the brutality of the world. The viewer is caught by the serious and mysterious gaze of her characters: who observes who, in this disturbing face-to-face? Relations to nature, to oneself and to others are questioned here. Working on paper or canvas, mixing different techniques (acrylic paint, oil pastels, graphite lead, collage and sometimes sewing...), the works thus created carry in them both a delicacy but also a certain strangeness. The relationship to the body and its fragility are evoked by transparencies which is conferred by a subtle game of collages mixed with acrylic. Memory, forgetfulness, transience of existence are suggested.

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