282325 The hedonist

The hedonist

in Oil by Jean-pierre Walter 10 Artist Reviews
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Painting n°2182 - 2018 - Oil on stretched linen Varnished - Sent with its frame - Ready to hang Outer dimensions are 18.9 x 16.1 x 1.4 inches (48 x 41 x 3,5 cm) When I don't read art books, I love reading philosophy books, especially pre-Socratic ones. It was while reading one of these books that the idea of this painting came to me. The details were neat and the composition was densified to offer enough to watch and to fit my idea. The painting comes with an American box. It has 2 small impacts but its role is to protect the work during the expedition. You will then choose the frame that will best suit your interior. Note that this painting is not varnished yet on these photos. Colors will be more densified and brighting after varnishing.
W 16.50" x H 13.80"
W 41.91 cm x H 35.05 cm
Stretched linen
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About the Artist

Jean-Pierre Walter is a self-taught contemporary still life artist who was born in France in 1967. In 2005 Jean-Pierre became a professional artist, working with subtle detail he creates small-scale pieces which depict the beauty of common objects in chiaroscuro. It was his children dream to s...

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