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93cm x 73cm.



Acrylics and penncil on Paper.






This work occurs within the series "Down by the Boardwalk". Other works from this series can be seen in my gallery and store.



The main feature of this painting resides in its technique. The technique that was first used in the time of the ancient Roman Empire, now called "Trompe-l'oeil" meaning the painting is no longer flat and the observer believes that he can actually touch the object within the painting : the worn ropes that hold the piers together, the loose metallic wire, the wood and its cracks.


The whole composition inspires peace, serenity and a breezy feeling despite the glared, blue sky and the perception of heat reflected on the work of the stones.



Signed, referenced and stamped on the back.

Two piers, worn ropes and a loose metallic wire


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