Antoniucci - Feuillage


305,00 €

Artist ANTONIUCCI Pierre
Technics Sérigraphy
Material Thick paper card
Size 27,95" x 19,68" inchees


Original screenprint and collage signed and numbered by the artist.

Small run of 40 copies.

Manual intervention with paint hightlights. Each piece is different.

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Last came, screen printing is derived from the French process although the "stencil": it allows the artist to cover a silk screen forms of choice, the outlines of the shapes will be blocked and therefore the chosen color only go where the pattern exists at the location. Thus, the artist is he not obliged to think his work returned. It is free of color choices, matte ink or gloss paint; it is deposited on the paper and drying is a major operation because it is not pressed into the paper by pressure.

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Biography of ANTONIUCCI Pierre:

Pierre Antoniucci is a contemporary French painter, born in 1943 in Paris.

Between figuration and abstraction, Antoniucci questions the contemporary painting, its tradition, its purpose, its support ... His lumpy paint, matt, with heavy paste, among the "materialist". His favorite subjects: women, the representation of the workshop.

Antoniucci also draftsman, engraver and sculptor.

The founding process of the work of Pierre Antoniucci be sought in its "circular Workshops": The table is constructed from a hollowed center leading figures at the edges of the frame so that the composition is similar to the launch of a billiard ball; each pattern bounces off the edges and a centrifugal chain stands the space of the painting by its perimeter.

Pierre Antoniucci made us into proximity, in the beauty of the ordinary things that have lost their function, which no longer in use, but which have become beautiful "in themselves" with time. The objects of his paintings are reminders to life, like you can see on the frescoes of Pompeii, or what the Japanese painters of the eighteenth century called "quiet objects." Bernard Lamarche-Vadel had early shown how, in the work of Pierre Antoniucci a European plastic vision, based on the history of art, perhaps testing of modernity.

They can be found in the works of Antoniucci the pictorial genres "traditional": portraits, still lifes, landscapes, scenes figures ... we especially find them through the themes in series such as: horse drawn bitumen, circular workshop, Machinales the vortex ... the original composition, ink barely visible, allows to locate the main objects, position images and materials that may be pasted on the canvas. The paint will then cover everything and give lightness to the whole, show clarity funds, vibrating space, enhance color intensity objects.

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