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A beautiful modern art print from the Paper Collective collection. Crafted by handpicked creatives, curated in Copenhagen, made in Denmark.
Consume by French artist Hubert Mardi lies between realism and abstraction through a built-up composition of everyday moments and motifs. Three abstracted windows in white appear through the beige backdrop, layers of acrylic paint removed through engraving techniques to reveal several motifs – a seated figure, a strand of grass, a ceramic pot. These slices of familiarity sit within the hand-drawn windows, with layers of varnish adding texture and depth to the painted surfaces.
The work of Parisian artist Hubert Mardi is constructed in stages: first vigorous, random life drawing, to which he adds dreamlike "markers" borrowed from academic practices - nude, vase handling, hands and still life. Instilling personality into his creative process, his work channels his own experiences – learned, seen and lived, through the medium of paint and engraving. With a training in fine art, his work is inspired by the history of art, in particular the work of Braque and his use of “certainties” that allowed his practice to sit between abstraction and realism.
Small: 12 inches x 16 inches(30x40cm)
Medium: 20 inches x 28 inches(50x70cm)
Large: 28 inches x 40 inches(70x100cm)*
Extra Large: 40 inches x 55 inches(100x140cm)*
* This is a custom size production, produced individually and specifically to your order. Please expect extra working days added to the delivery time. Custom productions are non-refundable.
200g uncoated, FSC certified, acid-free paper.
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