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Woman playing trombone (Femme jouant du trombone) Print

Mireille Rolland


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And collage for the dresses. Inspired by Hector Berlioz's citation: "In my opinion, the trombone is the true head of the family of wind istruments, which I have named the 'epic' one. It possesses nobility and grandeur to the highest degree; it has all the serious and powerfull tones of sublime musical poetry, from religious, calm and imposing accents to savage, orgiastic outburst. Directed by the will of the master, the trombones can chant like a choir of priests, threaten, utter gloomy sighs; a mournful lament, or a bright hymn of glory; they can break forth into awe-inspiring cries and awaken the dead or doom the living with their fearful voices."

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Print:Giclee on Canvas

Size:16 W x 16 H x 1.25 D in

Size with Frame:17.75 W x 17.75 H x 1.25 D in

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Mireille Rolland, born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. After a study trip in Europe, a few years in Rome, Italy, she decides to choose France as second homeland. She now lives in the beautiful city of Lyon. Influenced by french and italian painting, her style is modern-figurative. To the technic inspired by Braque, she brings the unusual fineness of a geometry with softened angles mixed with the use of subtle colors. Her painting is an invitation to dream, to sensuality, a privileged moment of peace and serenity. Oil painting on canvas where the line remains as simple as possible and the festival of colors invites you to a very joyful celebration. And, as Georges Braque would say: "There is in art only one thing worthwhile; the one we can't explain....." Through the art of painting, my aim is to create in you an aesthetical emotion.. ....

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