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Défaillance du regard Print

Lili Cabarli


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The painting features a well-defined, yet inanimate sculpture, and a living, yet cartoonish orange. The space is abstract and undefined. The sculpture of Apollo is portrayed as observing the orange, but is unable to eat it. The composition intentionally breaks the norm, with the orange placed in the center rather than the right, creating a sense of unease. The overall theme of the painting centers on the dichotomy between living and non-living things. Défaillance du regard (Failure of the gaze) Rembrandt oil colors on belgian linen canvas. 54cm x 81 cm (21in x 32in) Will be available on July 2023

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:8 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:13.25 W x 17.25 H x 1.2 D in

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Lili Cabarli was born in Crimea in 1994. She is a self-taught painter. She is best known for creating figurative paintings in realism style. Her artworks have dual meaning, functioning as both beautiful still-life pieces and parables about beauty and momentariness, causes and consequences, life versus death. Cabarli's artistic vision is influenced by the silent beauty of everyday objects that often go unnoticed. She believes that a painter's role is to communicate a message through visual elements, while the viewer's task is to decode them. For her works she uses high-end oil colors and linen canvas. She has been studying and using old masters technique. Now Lili lives and works in the South of France.

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