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Big Red Liger

100 x 100 x 0 CM

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€920,00
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Hugues Paint Big Red Liger

Entre figuration et abstraction, mes tableaux se veulent "oeuvre ouverte" comme l'entendait Umberto Ecco, la liberté du spectateur occupe une part importante dans leurs interprétations. Je peins pour susciter une image à venir habiter ma proposition, certaines personnes me racontent mon tableau et je le redécouvre. Si quand je peins mon intention devient trop explicite je retourne ma toile afin de laisser la place à cette liberté, ce qui fait que certains tableaux peuvent se lire dans les quatre sens, proposant ainsi de multiples histoires comme dans un rêve. Ce tableau peut se regarder dans les quatre sens.... Mon thème préféré c'est le paysage, fasciné par les tableaux de Joachim Patinir qui dans un vaste panorama racontait la vie d'un saint à travers de multiples scènes et les apparitions "paranoïa critique" de Dali, j'y ai trouvé ma liberté. Liger is the old Gallic name of the Loire, the longest river in France. He gave them gentilé the inhabitants of the departments of the Loire (the Loire). Canvas 2015 inspired the banks of the Loire in Touraine. At the edge of an island in the Loire powerful summer sun makes the red shade in which to sleep stealth fish off the bank of the river is dyed yellow announcing the coming of night. Between figuration and abstraction, my paintings are meant to "open work" as understood by Umberto Ecco,freedom of the viewer is an important part in their interpretations. I paint to create an image come to live my proposal, some people tell me my picture and I rediscovered. If my intention when I paint becomes too explicit I return my canvas to make room for this freedom, which means that some tables can be read in the four directions, offering multiple Stories like in a dream. This table can look in all four directions .... My favorite theme is the landscape, fascinated by the paintings of Joachim Patinir in a vast panorama that told the story of a saint through multiple scenes and apparitions "critical paranoia" of Dali, I found my freedom.