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Ernest dog
Baby and mother
Pistache ice cream summer time
Baby pistache ice cream

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TOGETHER with ERNEST. Pistache ice cream.
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TOGETHER with ERNEST. Pistache ice cream. Painting

Ann Abel Iseux



Size: 19.7 W x 25.6 H x 0.1 D in

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Acrylic on 300g watercolour paper. Portrait of mother with her baby. Eating a pistache ice cream. Some rest after a bath. Summertime scene. Ernest is her dogue allemand dog. Cheeky dog wanting some ice cream. Expressive sight. Protective attitude, faithful. Tenderness. Soft pastel colors. Gourmandise. Painting DOGS : behaviour, attitude, personality.

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Painting:Acrylic on Paper

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Size:19.7 W x 25.6 H x 0.1 D in

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French artist born in the 70s. Portraits. Landscapes. Animals - --> Portraits : Trying to depict expression, a deep sight... 'un certain regard'. Working gesture of brush, contrasts of light and colors. As example, Portrait of rugby men after a tough play. Injured. Personality makes a rugby man despite physical pain. Psychological qualities. Expression and emotion. Colored lines of background to enhance deep contrasts of light and vibrations and movement. Underlying background (abstract parts) serving as fragment, unfinished impression, instantaneous effects. (And use of background as underlying color of skin). Emotion of an expressive pose. Injured face, tough play but stay proud. Visible and energic brush gesture together with contrasted colors. To render the intensity of rugby, an energic, forceful sport for strong personalities. Dramatic impetuosity. (Expression du temperament). Introspection and personality make a portrait. Series of beardy men through characters like cow-boys, the adventurous one, the mature one, the theatrical one ... --> Nature : Themes based on the observation and impressions of nature such as various reflections on water or sights of sparkling leaves through colored rays of light : to borrow intensity from chromatic values and to render them very stimulating by portraying the reality of a vision which is made of the brightness of light ; to exalt colors and vivid contrasts. Such motives define my paintings as value of expression rather than representation. - My work is based on the connection of nature and design: geometry, light and stylised forms trying to capture the essence of the scene, to approach visual realities through exalted contrasts and the research for luminous composed colors. The paintings also tries to respond to fugitive movements of lights. Lines no longer serve to describe shapes but exist as an autonomous event expressed by the dynamic movements of the artist's brush. The uncertain border of representation catches with a fugitive movement of light to give the paintings their vibrance and timeless qualities. - Living in countryside deeply influences my work, not only concerning choices of subjects but also the use of paint's matter itself. The soil is rich, creamy and fresh; it is generous and variously green all over the seasons. Autumn reflects deep oranges, raw sienna and yellow ochres while in spring a multitude of sap greens, olive and luminescent acid greens burst of the trees.

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