Dandelion Field
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Dandelion Field

Price
£2,400
Painting medium: Mixed-media

Unframed

Original

Gallery: Eye Contemporary Art Gallery

Ships from: Hong Kong

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Description

About the artwork
Fresh from Jean Francois's studio in Brussels, this work captures the blossoming scene of the little wild flowers in the field leaving a harmonious feeling of peacefulness. This painting will be shipped already stretched and ready for the wall.

Specification

Medium Mixed-media
Support Canvas
Framed? No
Subjects Floral,
Style Classic
Original or Edition? Original
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Artwork Dimensions: 80 X 80 X 3 X cm

About Jean Francois Debongnie

Jean-Francois Debongnie, born 1968, is a native of Brussels, Belgium and has spent close to two decades in Asia. Since 1989, Jean-Francois has been residing in Singapore and initially eked out his living as a photographer, specializing in black and white photography. However, painting has always been a first love for him. The art of Jean-Francois Debongnie, like the man himself, bridges two worlds. His works explore flowers in various forms of representation, simply because he finds flowers a fascinating subject to explore. He started out with representational flowers and evolved them into more abstract representations. Throughout the evolution of the floral representations, their overall impression has been one of movement where the fluid stems of the flowers give the impression that the flowers are dancing on the canvas in a celebration of life. His works are at once vibrant and contemporary, with a cosmopolitan feel that would enliven any living space. It's all just playing with water and ink - Jean-Francois modestly professes, but of course it's a lot more than just that. His paintings are all about subtleties - he has painted the same theme over and over again and it is in the subtle nuances that his art lies.