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// TRIBUTE TO > EDOUARD MANET //

LE DEJEUNER SUR L'HERBE 01 LINED

MES DEMOISELLES D'ICI

 

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LE DEJEUNER SUR L’HERBE – Edouard MANET
In 1863, the works that create controversy and do not respect academicism in painting are exhibited in the Salon des Refusés. Édouard Manet exhibited there, among other things, Luncheon on the Grass.
Four characters share a moment around a few dishes and enjoy an apparent tranquility in the heart of the woods. A young woman seated and naked, looks at us without complex; she is surrounded by two men. This scene clearly presents a sensual and luxurious character, a realistic vision of the mores of the time.
It should also be noted that Pablo PICASSO produced after 1961, 26 canvases, 6 engravings and 140 drawings after Manet’s painting.

“The Luncheon on the Grass” by Edouard Manet is a painting that has marked the history of art. It depicts a scene from everyday life, characters coming together to eat, laugh and have fun, while being surrounded by greenery and water. It is a painting which does not take itself seriously, which exudes freedom and spontaneity.

This painting explores this idea of wilderness, freedom and spontaneity. he plays with shapes, colors, textures and materials to breathe new life into this classic work.

A more abstract version, highlights the geometric shapes and the lines of force of the scene, to underline the formal dimension of the work. The bright and saturated colors recall the festive and good-humored atmosphere that emanates from the original scene.

In summary, these reinterpretations of Manet’s “Déjeuner sur l’herbe” are an exploration of wilderness, freedom and spontaneity. It’s a way of bringing this emblematic work back to life, giving it a new, more contemporary and freer look.

// TRIBUTE TO > MILO MANARA //

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LE DECLIC by Milo MANARA has been read by millions of readers. This cult, iconic and fantastical erotic work has contributed to the affirmation of pleasure, to the development of the libido among many readers and above all to the liberation of the expression of erotic desire and sexuality among its female readers.
LE DECLIC is a man who presses a button, then a wind of excitement rushes under the dress of the lady who suddenly really wants to… and who then finds herself in more than embarrassing situations of debauchery .
Milo MANARA specifies: “What interests me is transgression, exhibition in the public space. Besides, I can say that, in all my career, I have never represented a couple having sex in a bed”; and affirms: “The best compliment that can be given to me is when I am told to understand the story with the drawings without having recourse to the text”.

I am proud to present my work as a tribute to one of the masters of Italian comics and I hope that my paintings will bring a new perspective on the work of Manara and on the Italian school of comics. I am convinced that these works will allow everyone to discover or rediscover this rich and fascinating universe, filled with sensuality and passion.

My paintings are a vibrant tribute to the work of Milo Manara, an Italian cartoonist and scriptwriter known for his erotic comics and his unique graphic style. In particular, I was inspired by her book “DÉCLIC”, which features incredibly sensual and erotic female characters in intriguing and evocative stories.

I wanted to capture the provocative sensuality of Manara’s characters in my paintings. For this, I used traditional and modern techniques to create erotic works that are both elegant and provocative. I worked on details and colors to bring my creations to life and give them an extra sensual dimension.

My paintings are a mixture of acrylic paint, acrylic ink and digital paint to create a unique aesthetic reminiscent of Manara’s works. This makes it possible to create erotic works that are both modern and classic.

My paintings are also a tribute to the history of Italian comics, in particular to the school of Italian comics, which saw the emergence of artists such as Manara and his predecessors. I wanted to pay homage to this tradition by using classic techniques and references to art history to create erotic works that are both modern and classic.

I am proud to present my work as a tribute to one of the masters of Italian comics and I hope that my paintings will bring a new perspective on the work of Manara and on the Italian school of comics.

I am convinced that these works will allow everyone to discover or rediscover this rich and fascinating universe, filled with sensuality and passion. The paintings will immerse you in an erotic universe where desire, eroticism and emotion are highlighted.

In short, my paintings pay homage to the work of Milo Manara by bringing my own personal touch. Each of my paintings is a mix of traditional and modern techniques, with an emphasis on detail and color. I wanted to capture the provocative sensuality of Manara’s characters while adding my own personal touch. I am proud to present my work as a tribute to one of the masters of Italian comics and I hope that my paintings will allow everyone to discover or rediscover this rich and fascinating universe, filled with sensuality and passion. My paintings are an invitation to dive into the erotic universe of Manara, through a new artistic perspective, for a unique and evocative visual experience.

// TRIBUTE TO > EDWARD HOPPER //

PEOPLE IN THE SUN > 1960

PEOPLE IN THE SUN

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MORNING IN A CITY > 1944

MORNING IN A CITY

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SEA WATCHERS > 1952

SEA WATCHERS

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PEOPLE IN THE SUN – 1960
Characters languish peacefully on carefully aligned seats, they offer their faces to the rays of the sun.
Peaceful, these people take advantage of the serenity of the moment.

MORNING IN A CITY – 1944
This woman, naked, at a window, looks into a space that is hidden from us located outside the room. Does she stare into nothingness? Is she preoccupied with herself, oblivious to everything going on around her?
This scene contains a secret eroticism. Seemingly awakened by the sun, she stares thoughtfully out the window as if wondering if this might be the first day of a new life. This erotic suspense encourages the viewer to enter the story of the unknown.

SEA WATCHERS – 1952
Represents a scene taking place on a bench on the seafront. A couple looks at the sea, seated on the terrace of a house. This couple observes the sea which is on the right and which can be seen from afar. On the same side we can guess rocks and a set of stakes that do not touch each other. On the left we also find stakes, but connected by a chain.
The man seems to be about to get up, while the woman is settled in her seat.

Edward Hopper’s work is known for its ability to capture loneliness and isolation in American urban scenes. His paintings have become icons of American art, reflecting the social and cultural changes of his time.

“Morning in a City” shows a view of New York through the windows of a building. Hopper’s original painting, created in 1944, captures the mood of the city at dawn, with the lights still on in the windows and the deserted streets. This version of that painting still captures the essence of Hopper; that of urban solitude, but with a more contemporary touch.

“People in the Sun” shows a group of people sitting on a beach. The original, created in 1960, captures the spirit of summer vacation, with the characters relaxing in the heat. The reinterpretation of this work, using abstract painting techniques, such as geometric shapes to represent the figures, adds a modern feel to the scene.

“Sea Watchers” shows a group of people watching the ocean. The original painting, created in 1952, captures people’s wonder at nature.

In summary, these paintings reinterpret famous works by Edward Hopper using modern techniques and styles, while keeping Hopper’s spirit and theme. They offer a new perspective on these masterpieces of art history, showing how these works by a past artist can still inspire something new and relevant for our time.

// TRIBUTE TO > WILLY RONIS //

NU PROVENCAL - GORDES - 1949

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NU PROVENCAL – GORDES – 1949 – Tribute to Willy RONIS
“With my wife, we had bought a ruin in Gordes and we had decided to spend our holidays there. The comfort was rustic, there was no electricity and we had to fetch water from a fountain. One morning, while I was going to have my breakfast, I saw my wife doing her toilet. I told him, don’t move, and I quickly went to get my Rolleiflex which was on the sideboard. I climbed two steps of the staircase leading up to the attic. I took four photos. Not one more. It barely took me a minute. The Rapho agency broadcast it and it immediately became famous. Willy Ronis

Willy Ronis is considered one of the most important photographers in 20th century France. His work has been widely recognized for his ability to capture daily life in the 1950s and 1960s, particularly through his photographs of life in working-class neighborhoods in Paris.

The painting entitled “Nu Provençal” is a tribute to this artist and his distinctive style.

The warm colors and soft hues used in the painting create a peaceful and relaxed atmosphere, reminiscent of long summer afternoons spent contemplating nature in Provence. Details, such as shadows and textures, add an extra dimension to the work, enhancing the feeling of realism.

The composition of the painting is also remarkable. By placing the nude model in the center of the image, this focal point immediately catches the eye. The position of the model, standing in front of the sink to wash, reinforces this feeling of calm and relaxation, while creating an interesting contrast with the surrounding elements.

Using contemporary painting techniques to pay homage to Willy Ronis, this work which is both respectful of the artist’s legacy and innovative. The painting “Nu Provençal” is a valuable addition to the tradition of depicting Provence in art.

Finally, the choice of nudity as the subject in this painting adds an additional dimension to the work by questioning the social and cultural norms linked to the representation of the human body in art. “Nu Provençal” is an example of the use of art as a means of questioning established norms and conventions, and of proposing an alternative vision of reality.

// TRIBUTE TO > ECOLE DE FONTAINEBLEAU //

LES SOEURS D'ESTREES ABSTRACT

LES SOEURS D'ESTREES

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THE SISTERS OF ESTRÉE – 1594 – Tribute to FONTAINEBLEAU SCHOOL
Could this painting hide an almost perfect crime?
The subject astonishes by its audacity: two young naked women, of which only the busts appear and a strange gesture… One of the young ladies pinches the nipple of her neighbor. What could be the message.
Taken out of its historical context or one of the two sisters, Gabrielle d’Estrées is the mistress of Henry IV, this painting perhaps represents a hidden scene of LGBT love?

The painting reinterprets the famous work of the Sisters of Estrees of the School of Fontainebleau. This original painting, made at the beginning of the 16th century, is considered one of the masterpieces of the school of Fontainebleau, which exerted a considerable influence on Renaissance art in France.

The gesture of pinching the nipple is often used in artistic representations to suggest sexuality and sensuality. It can be used explicitly or implied, and can be considered provocative or erotic depending on the context. In classical art it is often used to represent the gods and goddesses of love and sexuality, such as Venus or Aphrodite. In modern art it is often used to explore themes such as power and female sexuality. It is important to note that this depiction can be seen as objectifying and can be viewed negatively by some people. It is important to take these considerations into account when creating a work of art that uses this gesture.

I also wanted to explore contemporary themes such as diversity and the representation of women in art, using the gesture of strong female characters to represent sisters.

By reinterpreting this historical work, I wanted to show how art can be revisited to adapt to modern times while retaining its original essence. My painting is a tribute to the school of Fontainebleau and to this emblematic work, while bringing a contemporary perspective.

// TRIBUTE TO > Pablo PICASSO //

MES DEMOISELLES D'ICI ABSTRACT

MES DEMOISELLES D'ICI

 

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LE PEINTRE ET SON MODELE

LE PEINTRE ET SON MODELE

 

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MES DEMOISELLES D’ICI – 1907
Pablo Picasso owes his success to his talent, but above all to his ability to invent new forms of representation and renew his work.
Les Demoiselles d’Avignon is a fine example of the avant-garde, a subject inspired by a brothel and adopting an unusual style. This painting, an unconventional and radical work, marks a crucial turning point in the history of art and marks the birth of Cubism.
A provocative and ambitious painting, in which the viewer, whose attention is focused on women and their nudity, finds himself a voyeur.

LE PEINTRE ET SON MODELE – 1963
From a drawing dated 1963, Pablo PICASSO has produced an important series of works devoted to the theme of the painter and his model.
For this, he was inspired by the history of art and especially by REMBRANDT. It is for PICASSO to gradually assimilate his self-portrait to that of the admired painter, but also to push the comparison to show how intense the painter’s love relationship is with his model Jacqueline ROQUE, his last companion who will become his wife.

These two paintings in homage to Pablo Picasso, reinterpreting “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon” and “Le Peintre et son Model”, are remarkable works that testify to the undeniable influence of the artist on the contemporary art scene.

Let’s start with “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon”. This work is a clear homage to one of Picasso’s most famous works, which was made in 1907 and was considered groundbreaking for its time. The artist managed to capture the essence of the original while giving it a personal touch that gives it new depth. The shapes are softer and the colors more subtle, but the emotional intensity is just as present. We can note the use of a color palette which brings a new dimension to the work, making it more accessible, while keeping the atmosphere of the original version.

The second painting, entitled “LE PEINTRE ET SON MODELE”, is another example of the possibility of reinterpreting Picasso’s work. Inspired by the original painting from 1932, it depicts a painter painting his model. In this version, the original is transcended by a work that is both respectful and innovative. The colors are more vibrant and the shapes bolder, creating an interesting tension between past and present. We can notice the game that exists with the proportions and the perspectives, the deformations of the forms, which make them more cubist, to give a new point of view on the original work.

In summary, these two paintings in homage to Pablo Picasso are remarkable works that bear witness to Picasso’s influence on the contemporary art scene. These two original works by Picasso are reinterpreted with respect and creativity, creating works that are both familiar and new. They managed to keep the spirit of the original work while giving it a new dimension. These works are a must-see for art lovers and Picasso lovers.

// TRIBUTE TO > Gustave COURBET //

NOUS SOMMES TOUS PASSES PAR LA ABSTRACT

NOUS SOMMES TOUS PASSES PAR LA

 

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 L’ORIGINE DU MONDE – 1866
In its time, this painting scandalized the public with its audacity.
This work reveals a female sex with frankness and without artifice: a woman’s body, thighs apart on an exposed pubis, and a breast protruding from a sheet.
This work has always been accompanied by stories and legends. It is a painting that we have often talked about without having seen it, but always fantasized about.

“L’ORIGINE DU MONDE” is a painting made in 1866 by Gustave Courbet, a French painter known for his realistic style. It represents an intimate view of the female anatomy, featuring a naked woman lying on a bed, her legs apart. This painting was painted at a time when society was strongly marked by Victorian ideas and bourgeois morality, which made this kind of representation very shocking.

Courbet was known for his realistic style and his desire to represent reality as it was, without make-up or idealization. He wanted to show sexuality in a raw and natural way, without taboos or prohibitions. It is thus part of a tradition of art that aims to question established norms and to provoke the viewer by highlighting subjects considered shocking. He also positions himself in opposition to the Victorian ideals which advocated prudishness and the repression of sexuality.

The painting was met with outrage at its first public display, and was quickly removed from display. It was hidden away for many years, before it was finally purchased by a private collector who kept it until today.

Today, “L’ORIGINE DU MONDE” is considered a masterpiece of realistic art and a symbol of freedom of expression. It is also a testimony to the Victorian era and the repression of sexuality. It continues to spark debate and controversy, but undeniably remains a major masterpiece in the history of art. It is now exhibited at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris.

It is important to note that the painting was painted at a time when sexuality was not as freely discussed as it is today, and depicting sexuality in such an explicit manner was very uncommon. He therefore had a huge impact by breaking taboos and paving the way for other artists to freely explore the subjects of sexuality and nudity in art.

In short, “L’ORIGINE DU MOND” by Gustave Courbet is a painting that revolutionized the representation of sexuality in art by breaking the taboos of its time. It bears witness to Courbet’s desire to show the reality of sexuality in a raw and natural way, without make-up or idealization. He was also a symbol of freedom of expression by challenging the moral and social conventions of the Victorian era.

Furthermore, this painting is also considered a masterpiece of realist art, due to the way it depicts reality in a raw and authentic way. He was also a precursor to modern art by paving the way for other artists to freely explore the subjects of sexuality and nudity.

It is important to note that, despite the shocked reactions at its time, “L’ORIGINE DU MONDE” is today considered a masterpiece of art history. It is exhibited in the world’s greatest cultural institutions, and continues to inspire artists and intellectuals around the world.

In summary, “L’ORIGINE DU MONDE” by Gustave Courbet is a painting that revolutionized the representation of sexuality in art by breaking the taboos of its time. It is a symbol of freedom of expression and artistic audacity, and remains a major masterpiece in the history of art. It continues to inspire artists, intellectuals and scholars around the world, and remains a subject of debate and reflection.

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PIET FEMALE ABSTRACTION 01

PIET FEMALE ABSTRACTION 01

 

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FEMALE ABSTRACTIONS – 1920 and later – Tribute to Piet MONDRIAN
Piet MONDAIN said: “I build lines and color combinations on flat surfaces in order to express, with the greatest consciousness, the general beauty. »
I wanted to bring a note of sensuality to this pure abstraction, by integrating the soft shapes of a female body represented in various postures. Female body also represented from simple geometric shapes: squares, circles, triangles and straight lines.

The paintings entitled ‘FEMALE ABSTRACTION’ are a celebration of the aesthetics of Piet Mondrian and his influence on abstract art. The works feature simple geometric shapes, primary colors and clean lines reminiscent of Mondrian’s famous compositions. Female forms, on the other hand, bring a personal and unique touch to the tribute.

The paintings evoke the idea of beauty in simplicity, just as Mondrian did in his own works. Bright colors and geometric shapes are used to create a harmonious composition, while playing with contrasts to create visual tension. Finally, these paintings represent a modern interpretation of Mondrian’s legacy, showing how his influence can continue to inspire contemporary artists.

The female forms in the paintings entitled “FEMALE ABSTRACTION” bring an additional dimension to the homage paid to Piet Mondrian. These graceful and elegant shapes contrast with the geometric rigor of Mondrian’s lines, creating an interesting dynamic in the compositions. The soft curves and organic forms of the female figures blend harmoniously with the right angles and clean lines of Mondrian’s compositions, creating a balance between rigor and fluidity.

The feminine forms also add a symbolic dimension to the work, referring to femininity and sensuality, while contrasting with the general austerity of the abstract compositions. These forms also suggest a humanity and an emotion, which can be seen as being in opposition to Mondrian’s formal and conceptual approach.

In sum, the graceful female forms in the paintings entitled “FEMALE ABSTRACTION” bring a personal and unique touch to the tribute paid to Piet Mondrian by creating an interesting contrast with the rigor of his own compositions, adding a symbolic and emotional dimension to the painting. ‘artwork.

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These paintings are reinterpretations inspired by major works by the great painters or photographers known and recognized in the history of art. I chose to draw inspiration from some of their works, which I was particularly sensitive to, to create works that pay homage to them while bringing my personal touch. My paintings are tributes to the technique, composition and inspiration of these famous artists. I work with vibrant colors and expressive shapes to capture the essence of their style and artistic vision.

Among the artists who inspire me the most opens up to you to find Pablo PICASSO whose cubist period I studied and I was fascinated by his ability to break down shapes and colors to create works that express the essence of things. I reinterpreted one of his most famous works, "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon", bringing my own vision to it, using brighter colors and playing with shapes in a more expressive way.

Edward HOPPER is another artist I greatly admire. His paintings of everyday American life are filled with loneliness and melancholy, and I was inspired by his ability to capture emotion in his paintings.

Piet MONDRIAN is also an artist who inspires me a lot. His abstract paintings are filled with clean lines and primary colors, and I was inspired by his ability to create harmony from simplicity.

Edouard MANET, another artist whom I admire for his realistic style, his bright colors and his ability to capture the daily life of his time. I reinterpreted one of his most famous works, "Le Déjeuner sur l'herbe", bringing my own vision to it.

Willy RONIS is a photographer that I really like for his images of daily life in Paris, he was able to capture the essence of the city with his humanist photographs. I reinterpreted one of his most famous photographs, "Nu provençal", using the technique of painting to reproduce the image.

In short, my paintings are tributes to the technique, composition and inspiration of these famous artists. I hope my paintings will remind you of the major works of artists I admire and inspire you to discover or rediscover their work.

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