Painting

Country of origin
Artist
Price
280,00 €
20 000,00 €
Colors
Alignment - Guellec Patrick
750,00 €

Alignment

Guellec Patrick

Abstract marine painting - acrylic on canvas
(14.96" x 24.02")
Celtland-Brittany France
My Universe - Benetti Andrea
2 700,00 €

My Universe

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - henna pigments - resin - oil paintings and acrylics
(19.69" x 31.50")
Rest of the World, Italy
The dragon's golds - Tristan
2 000,00 €

The dragon's golds

Tristan

Fantastic Art - Oil Painting
(23.62" x 23.62")
Rest of the World, France
The Horseman and his Cow - Paugam Daniel
3 000,00 €

The Horseman and his Cow

Paugam Daniel

Burlesque and very colorful oil painting
(31.50" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
2022-5 Diptych I and II - Le Campion M-L
1 220,00 €

2022-5 Diptych I and II

Le Campion M-L

Expressionist and abstract paintings on linen canvases - Sea and islands
(23.62" (I) + 23.62" (II) x 11.81" (I) + 18.11" (II))
Celtland-Brittany France
Banquises - Chaussepied Jean-François
2 700,00 €

Banquises

Chaussepied Jean-François

Moderne acrylic painting - The marines
(3' 37" x 3' 37")
Celtland-Brittany France
Greekale - Benetti Andrea
2 900,00 €

Greekale

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - pigmented with oxides - oil paintings
(27.56" x 27.56")
Rest of the World, Italy
Seabed No19 - Em'aquarelle
720,00 €

Seabed No19

Em'aquarelle

Teal watercolor - Oceanographic world
(11.81" x 7.87")
Celtland-Brittany France
Daydreaming in an armchair - Paugam Daniel
1 500,00 €

Daydreaming in an armchair

Paugam Daniel

Abstract acrylic painting
(3'37" x 31.89")
Celtland-Brittany France
Wild animal - Paugam Daniel
800,00 €

Wild animal

Paugam Daniel

Black and white contemporary canvas - Abstract acrylic painting
(19.69" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
2019-1 MLLC - Le Campion M-L
2 500,00 €

2019-1 MLLC

Le Campion M-L

Expressionist and abstract painting - Marine scene - acrylic on linen canvas
(19.69" x 4'11.06")
Celtland-Brittany France
Water lilies of silence No1v3 - Paugam Daniel
1 500,00 €

Water lilies of silence No1v3

Paugam Daniel

Impressionist acrylic painting - Blue nymphea
(31.50" x 31.50")
Celtland-Brittany France
Time Bird - Achikhman Dayva
2 800,00 €

Time Bird

Achikhman Dayva

Symbolic painting of time, acrylic on canvas
(19'69" x 39'37")
Rest of the World, France
Love regained - Benetti Andrea
2 500,00 €

Love regained

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - henna pigments - oil paintings
(27.56" x 19.69")
Rest of the World, Italy
2019-2 MLLC - Le Campion M-L
2 500,00 €

2019-2 MLLC

Le Campion M-L

Expressionist and abstract painting - Marina - acrylic on linen canvas
(19.69" x 4'11,06")
Celtland-Brittany France
2019-9 MLLC - Le Campion M-L
360,00 €

2019-9 MLLC

Le Campion M-L

Expressionist and abstract painting, acrylic on canvas cardboard
(9.84" x 21.65")
Celtland-Brittany France
Seabed No20 - Em'aquarelle
720,00 €

Seabed No20

Em'aquarelle

Teal watercolor - Oceanographic world
(7.87" x 11.81")
Celtland-Brittany France
Cybercaradoc. - Marianne Julie
5 200,00 €

Cybercaradoc.

Marianne Julie

Contemporary portrait painting with acrylic
(31.50" x 23.62")
Celtland-Brittany France
Tribute to Thierry Hermès - Benetti Andrea
2 500,00 €

Tribute to Thierry Hermès

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - oxide pigments and coffee - resin - oil paintings
(15.75" x 31.50")
Rest of the World, Italy
Witness - Tristan
2 700,00 €

Witness

Tristan

Fantastic Art - Oil painting
(31.50" x 31.50")
Rest of the World, France
2019-5 MLLC - Le Campion M-L
680,00 €

2019-5 MLLC

Le Campion M-L

Expressionist and abstract painting, acrylic on linen canvas
(19.69" x 19.69")
Celtland-Brittany France
Crossing - Guellec Patrick
1 030,00 €

Crossing

Guellec Patrick

Abstract marine painting - acrylic on canvas
(27.56" x 27.56")
Celtland-Brittany France
Oceanic mirage - Le Campion M-L
1 820,00 €

Oceanic mirage

Le Campion M-L

Expressionist and abstract painting, mixed technic: acrylic, pigments, oil and Indian ink
(31.50" x 31.50")
Celtland-Brittany France
Granny - Pichon Eric
500,00 €

Granny

Pichon Eric

Painting of a Breton black and white Portrait with acrylic - on framed featherboard
(39.76" x 28.35")
Celtland-Brittany France
Bachelor party - Benetti Andrea
2 900,00 €

Bachelor party

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - pigmented with oxides - oil paintings
(23.62" x 31.50")
Rest of the World, Italy
hydrangeaisland - Guellec Patrick
820,00 €

hydrangeaisland

Guellec Patrick

Abstract marine painting - acrylic on canvas
(18.11" x 25.59")
Celtland-Brittany France
Movies - Benetti Andrea
2 700,00 €

Movies

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - oxide pigments - resin - oil paintings
(31.50" x 19.69")
Rest of the World, Italy
Sacred Path - Benetti Andrea
3 100,00 €

Sacred Path

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - turmeric pigments - resin - oil paintings
(23.62" x 35.43")
Rest of the World, Italy
Triangle of light - Achikhman Dayva
1 200,00 €

Triangle of light

Achikhman Dayva

Abstract acrylic Painting
(25'59" x 19'69")
Rest of the World, France
Distant landscape - Paugam Daniel
800,00 €

Distant landscape

Paugam Daniel

Contemporary canvas with acrylic -Abstract black and white painting
(19.69" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
Dangerous game - Benetti Andrea
3 100,00 €

Dangerous game

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - oxide pigments - resin - oil paintings
(31.50" x 27.56")
Rest of the World, Italy
The fan-algae - Paugam Daniel
1 500,00 €

The fan-algae

Paugam Daniel

Abstract painting, acrylic on canvas
(31.50" x 31.50")
Celtland-Brittany France
Small fish will become large - Le Campion M-L
870,00 €

Small fish will become large

Le Campion M-L

Expressionist abstract painting - Abyss and ocean - Mixed acrylic and sand
(31.50" x 15.75")
Celtland-Brittany France
Swimming in troubled waters - Le Campion M-L
870,00 €

Swimming in troubled waters

Le Campion M-L

Expressionist abstract painting - The abyss - Mixed sand and acrylic
(31.50" x 15.75")
Celtland-Brittany France
The Dive - Le Campion M-L
870,00 €

The Dive

Le Campion M-L

Expressionist abstract painting, Mixed acrylic and sand - Ocean floor
(31.50" x 15.75")
Celtland-Brittany France
Venice lagoon - Benetti Andrea
2 900,00 €

Venice lagoon

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - oxide pigments and coffee - resin - oil paintings
(23.62" x 3'37")
Rest of the World, Italy
Ray - Guellec Patrick
1 200,00 €

Ray

Guellec Patrick

Abstract marine painting - acrylic on canvas
(25.59" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
TSARachronic - Marianne Julie
5 200,00 €

TSARachronic

Marianne Julie

Painting portrait of a contemporary fighter - Acrylic canvas
(31.50" x 23.62")
Celtland-Brittany France
2019-6 MLLC - Le Campion M-L
680,00 €

2019-6 MLLC

Le Campion M-L

Expressionist and abstract painting, acrylic on linen canvas
(19.69" x 19.69")
Celtland-Brittany France
9 couples with 22 faces - Twoodje
3 950,00 €

9 couples with 22 faces

Twoodje

Pop Art acrylic Painting
(45.67" x 35.04")
Rest of the World, France
Cocktail by the Pool. - Pichon Eric
280,00 €

Cocktail by the Pool.

Pichon Eric

Acrylic Pop Art painting
(19.69" x 27.56")
Celtland-Brittany France
Dynamics of opportunity - Benetti Andrea
4 100,00 €

Dynamics of opportunity

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - oxide pigments - resin - oil paintings
(3'37" x 3'37")
Rest of the World, Italy
The mermaids - Benetti Andrea
3 700,00 €

The mermaids

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - oxide pigments - resin - oil paintings
(31.50" x 3'37")
Rest of the World, Italy
2022-6 MLLC - Le Campion M-L
970,00 €

2022-6 MLLC

Le Campion M-L

Expressionist abstract painting - Mixed acrylic and sand - Sea and Island
(23.62" x 18.11")
Celtland-Brittany France
Blue-eared One-eye - Twoodje
3 800,00 €

Blue-eared One-eye

Twoodje

Portrait acrylic Painting on canvas
(24.02" x 18.11")
Rest of the World, France
Bigfoot  / Yeti / Sasquatch - Tristan
2 000,00 €

Bigfoot / Yeti / Sasquatch

Tristan

Fantastic Art - Oil Painting
(23.62" x 23.62")
Rest of the World, France
Middle ages - Benetti Andrea
2 900,00 €

Middle ages

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - oxide pigments and coffee - resin - oil paintings
(27.56" x 27.56")
Rest of the World, Italy
The 2 birds - Paugam Daniel
800,00 €

The 2 birds

Paugam Daniel

Abstract black and white painting
(19.69" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
The Four Friends - Twoodje
3 200,00 €

The Four Friends

Twoodje

Portrait acrylic Painting on canvas
(28.74" x 36.22")
Rest of the World, France
Headwind - Guellec Patrick
790,00 €

Headwind

Guellec Patrick

Abstract marine painting - acrylic on canvas
(17.72" x 24.02")
Celtland-Brittany France
Moon in the sky - Benetti Andrea
2 900,00 €

Moon in the sky

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - turmeric pigments - resin - oil paintings and acrylics
(23.62" x 31.50")
Rest of the World, Italy
Blue Portrait - Twoodje
3 700,00 €

Blue Portrait

Twoodje

Abstract acrylic Painting on canvas
(45.67" x 35.04")
Rest of the World, France
Large-winged animal - Paugam Daniel
1 500,00 €

Large-winged animal

Paugam Daniel

Abstract acrylic painting and varnish
(31.50" x 31.50")
Celtland-Brittany France
Water lilies of silence No2v3 - Paugam Daniel
1 500,00 €

Water lilies of silence No2v3

Paugam Daniel

Impressionist acrylic painting - Blue nymphea
(31.50" x 31.50")
Celtland-Brittany France
Sakura - Pichon Eric
1 500,00 €

Sakura

Pichon Eric

Japanese-style acrylic painting on medium in an american box
(33.86" x 25.98")
Celtland-Brittany France
MAIKO from Japan - Pichon Eric
2 000,00 €

MAIKO from Japan

Pichon Eric

Japanese portrait painting, acrylic and spray
(3'37" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
No fun for the daughter. - Marianne Julie
5 200,00 €

No fun for the daughter.

Marianne Julie

Portrait painting young woman with acrylic
(31.50" x 23.62")
Celtland-Brittany France
The Blue Cave - Paugam Daniel
1 000,00 €

The Blue Cave

Paugam Daniel

Two-tone abstract painting, acrylic on canvas
(39.37" x 39.37")
Celtland-Brittany France
The game of 7 mistakes - Twoodje
3 350,00 €

The game of 7 mistakes

Twoodje

Abstract acrylic Painting on canvas
(3'37" x 27.56")
Rest of the World, France
Water lilies of silence No 3v3 - Paugam Daniel
1 500,00 €

Water lilies of silence No 3v3

Paugam Daniel

Impressionist acrylic painting - Blue nymphea
(31.50" x 31.50")
Celtland-Brittany France
Petal-eye - Paugam Daniel
1 500,00 €

Petal-eye

Paugam Daniel

Abstract painting, acrylic on canvas
(31.50" x 31.50")
Celtland-Brittany France
A story of colors - Le Campion M-L
370,00 €

A story of colors

Le Campion M-L

Expressionist and abstract painting, mixed technique with oil and acrylic, on linen canvas
(18.11" x 12.99")
Celtland-Brittany France
The 2 Catalans - Twoodje
3 500,00 €

The 2 Catalans

Twoodje

Abstract painting, acrylic on canvas
(3'37" x 27.56")
Rest of the World, France
The invisible One - Twoodje
3 700,00 €

The invisible One

Twoodje

Geometric abstract painting - Portrait with acrylic on canvas
(3'37" x 27.56")
Rest of the World, France
The reptile - Benetti Andrea
2 600,00 €

The reptile

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - karkade pigments - resin - oil paintings
(23.62" x 19.69")
Rest of the World, Italy
CIXI, Dowager Empress of China - Pichon Eric
3 000,00 €

CIXI, Dowager Empress of China

Pichon Eric

Portrait Painting of a Chinese woman on canvas - Acrylic, gold and copper paper. Silk paper
(33.46" x 22.83")
Celtland-Brittany France
Kid of the dawn - Twoodje
3 500,00 €

Kid of the dawn

Twoodje

Geometric abstract painting, acrylic on canvas
(16.14" x 10.63")
Rest of the World, France
Punk of Duke - Marianne Julie
5 200,00 €

Punk of Duke

Marianne Julie

Acrylic Painting of a contemporary portrait
(31.50" x 23.62")
Celtland-Brittany France
The seaside path - Paugam Daniel
3 000,00 €

The seaside path

Paugam Daniel

Contemporary painting with 3 primary colors: red, yellow and blue - Acrylic painting
(35.43" x 45.31")
Celtland-Brittany France
Mammoth VS Mouse - Tristan
700,00 €

Mammoth VS Mouse

Tristan

Animal painting in oils
(15.75" x 15.75")
Rest of the World, France
Cuddle - Paugam Daniel
2 200,00 €

Cuddle

Paugam Daniel

Abstract glossy acrylic painting and varnish on canvas (mixed technique).
(3'37" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
Evening in Venice. - Paugam Daniel
2 000,00 €

Evening in Venice.

Paugam Daniel

Urban painting, acrylic on canvas, aluminium frame
(3' 37" x 3' 37")
Celtland-Brittany France
White-cheeked face - Twoodje
4 600,00 €

White-cheeked face

Twoodje

Abstract acrylic Painting on canvas
(51.18" x 38.19")
Rest of the World, France
Cheers - Marianne Julie
5 200,00 €

Cheers

Marianne Julie

Contemporary portrait painting with acrylic
(31.50" x 23.62")
Celtland-Brittany France
FREEDOM - Tristan
700,00 €

FREEDOM

Tristan

Animal painting in oils
(15.75" x 15.75")
Rest of the World, France
Synapsis - Benetti Andrea
2 900,00 €

Synapsis

Benetti Andrea

Abstract painting / plaster - square format - oxide pigments - resin - oil paintings
(27.56" x 27.56")
Rest of the World, Italy
GEIKO from Kyoto - Pichon Eric
2 000,00 €

GEIKO from Kyoto

Pichon Eric

Japanese portrait painting with acrylic and spray
(3'37" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
Rose reflections - Paugam Daniel
1 500,00 €

Rose reflections

Paugam Daniel

Impressionist acrylic painting - Pink nymphea
(31.50" x 31.50")
Celtland-Brittany France
Tao Tse Toung No2 - Paugam Daniel
2 000,00 €

Tao Tse Toung No2

Paugam Daniel

Stendjalian abstract painting in mixed materials
(3'37" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
The 6 poppies - Paugam Daniel
3 000,00 €

The 6 poppies

Paugam Daniel

Painting of red flowers, acrylic under plexiglass
(3'37" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
Yellow Ubister - Paugam Daniel
1 500,00 €

Yellow Ubister

Paugam Daniel

Abstract painting in mixed acrylics and varnish
(31.50" x 31.50")
Celtland-Brittany France
A breath of marine air - Le Campion M-L
320,00 €

A breath of marine air

Le Campion M-L

Abstract and expressionist painting, square format - Acrylic and Indian ink
(13.78" x 13.78")
Celtland-Brittany France
Abyss - Le Campion M-L
350,00 €

Abyss

Le Campion M-L

Expressionist abstract painting, acrylic paint and India ink on canvas board
(18.11" framed x 12.60" framed)
Celtland-Brittany France
An upside-down head - Twoodje
3 650,00 €

An upside-down head

Twoodje

Pop Art acrylic painting
(27.56" x 3'37")
Rest of the World, France
Funny water lilies No 2v3 - Paugam Daniel
2 000,00 €

Funny water lilies No 2v3

Paugam Daniel

Impressionist acrylic painting - Pink nymphea
(35.43" x 43.31")
Celtland-Brittany France
God save the Queen. - Marianne Julie
5 200,00 €

God save the Queen.

Marianne Julie

Contemporary acrylic painting of a portrait
(31.50" x 23.62")
Celtland-Brittany France
Little Dance Steps - Tristan
700,00 €

Little Dance Steps

Tristan

Animal painting in oils
(15.75" x 15.75")
Rest of the World, France
Suburban tubular cities - Paugam Daniel
2 000,00 €

Suburban tubular cities

Paugam Daniel

Black and white urban acrylic painting under plexi
(3'37" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
The large hulls - Chaussepied Jean-François
2 700,00 €

The large hulls

Chaussepied Jean-François

Contemporary acrylic Painting - The Marines
(3' 37" x 3' 37")
Celtland-Brittany France
With the wind - Chaussepied Jean-François
2 700,00 €

With the wind

Chaussepied Jean-François

Contemporary acrylic painting - The Marines
(3' 37" x 3' 37")
Celtland-Brittany France
The Card to Play - Paugam Daniel
3 000,00 €

The Card to Play

Paugam Daniel

Abstract painting with mixed acrylics and varnish
(3'37" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
The half butterfly - Paugam Daniel
1 500,00 €

The half butterfly

Paugam Daniel

Abstract painting, acrylic and varnish on canvas (mixed technique)
(31.50" x 31.50")
Celtland-Brittany France
The poppy - Paugam Daniel
2 200,00 €

The poppy

Paugam Daniel

Abstract glossy acrylic and varnish on canvas
(3'37" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
Out of Order. - Marianne Julie
5 200,00 €

Out of Order.

Marianne Julie

Contemporary portrait painting with acrylic
(31.50" x 23.62")
Celtland-Brittany France
Trouville in Normandy - Twoodje
3 650,00 €

Trouville in Normandy

Twoodje

Urban minimalist painting, acrylic and sand on canvas
(31.50" x 23.62")
Rest of the World, France
Animal Flying - Paugam Daniel
800,00 €

Animal Flying

Paugam Daniel

Black and white contemporary canvas - Abstract acrylic painting
( 19.69" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
Animal running - Paugam Daniel
1 000,00 €

Animal running

Paugam Daniel

Abstract acrylic painting
(28.74" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
Funny water lilies No1v3 - Paugam Daniel
2 000,00 €

Funny water lilies No1v3

Paugam Daniel

Impressionist acrylic painting - Pink nymphea
(35.04" x 45.67")
Celtland-Brittany France
Happy Garden No2 - Paugam Daniel
4 000,00 €

Happy Garden No2

Paugam Daniel

Abstract mixed painting under plexiglass
(3'37" x 3'37")
Celtland-Brittany France
Queen of One Day. - Marianne Julie
5 200,00 €

Queen of One Day.

Marianne Julie

Contemporary portrait painting of a woman - acrylic
(31.50" x 23.62")
Celtland-Brittany France
The tugboat - Chaussepied Jean-François
2 700,00 €

The tugboat

Chaussepied Jean-François

Contemporary acrylic painting - The marines
(3' 37" x 3' 37")
Celtland-Brittany France
Water lilies in bloom - Paugam Daniel
1 000,00 €

Water lilies in bloom

Paugam Daniel

Impressionist acrylic painting - Pink and blue nymphea
(3'37" x 28.74")
Celtland-Brittany France
In the depths  - Le Campion M-L
350,00 €

In the depths

Le Campion M-L

Expressionist abstract painting, acrylic paint and India ink on canvas board
(18.11" framed x 12.60" framed)
Celtland-Brittany France
Let's dance before milking - Paugam Daniel
3 000,00 €

Let's dance before milking

Paugam Daniel

Cubist acrylic painting - Very colorful
(3'37" x 31.50")
Celtland-Brittany France
The Don Quixote of Asserack - Twoodje
3 800,00 €

The Don Quixote of Asserack

Twoodje

Abstract art painting - acrylic on canvas
(51.18" x 38.19")
Rest of the World, France
The Swans - Pichon Eric
20 000,00 €

The Swans

Pichon Eric

Monumental painting of a landscape in oil - 6 paintings in a row
(6 panels of 3 ft 5.34 in x 6 panels of 3 ft 3.37in)
Celtland-Brittany France
Yellow reflections - Paugam Daniel
1 000,00 €

Yellow reflections

Paugam Daniel

Impressionist acrylic painting
(3'37" x 28.74')
Celtland-Brittany France
Funny water lilies No 3v3 - Paugam Daniel
2 000,00 €

Funny water lilies No 3v3

Paugam Daniel

Impressionist acrylic painting - Pink nymphea
(35.04" x 45.67")
Celtland-Brittany France
Winter - Chaussepied Jean-François
4 500,00 €

Winter

Chaussepied Jean-François

Contemporary acrylic Painting
(4' 11,06" x 4' 11,06")
Celtland-Brittany France

    

ARTISTIC TRENDS & MOVEMENTS / PAINTING

 

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Early XIIIth century / XIVth century –  Gothic Painting 

We find Gothic painting in illuminations, frescoes and altarpieces of churches or the first individual portraits of great people. The first portrait is that of King John the Good around 1360. Iti is also the birth of Secular painting.

Some famous painters:

Ambrogio Lorenzetti – « Madonna di Vico l’Abate, 1319 » ;

. Simone Martini – « L’Annonciation », « Maestà, 1315 ».

 

 

The 15th century –  The Dawn of the Renaissance, also known as the « First Renaissance »

The cradle of the Renaissance is located in Florence. Feudal society gave way to a new, more open society. Painting underwent a prodigious expansion and imposed itself as an art form. The artists of the Renaissance sought to express human life and reality in their works. Atmosphere, perspective and form are their essential concerns.

Some famous painters:

. Masaccio - « Saint Pierre distribuant des aumônes aux pauvres » ;

. Mantegna - « Le Christ mort ».

 

 

End of 15th century /16th century -  Affirmation of the Renaissance, still called « classical renaissance »  

This century is that of the giants of Art. In Rome: Michelangelo, Raphael… In Venice: Titian, Veronese… In Lombardy, Leonardo da Vinci. The Renaissance reached during this century its full maturity of expression. Artists in search of beauty were inspired by the ancient world while using their knowledge and new techniques such as linear perspective. New painting subjects, such as landscape and nudes, appeared.

Some famours painters: 

. Sandro Botticelli – « La Vierge à l’enfant, 1467 », « La naissance de Vénus, 1484-1485 » ;

. Léonard de Vinci - « La Cène, 1495-1498 », « La Joconde, 1503-1506 » ;

. Raphaël - « Les Trois Grâces, 1504-1505 », « Chambre de la Signature, 1508 » ;

. Michel-Ange – « Fresques de la Chapelle Sixtine, 1508-1512 », « Le Jugement dernier, 1536-1541 » ;

. Titien – « La Vénus d’Urbin, 1538 », « Vénus au miroir, 1554-1555 ».

Painters of the KERLUXY Art Gallery:

. Tristan creates vaporous atmospheres in his oil paintings. This pictorial technique of « Sfumato » was invented by Leonardo da Vinci. His works are proposed on the site KerLuxY:  « The Dragon’s golds »...

 

 

The 16th and 17th centuries -   The Prestige of the Kings of France 

 

From François I to Charles IX, each king left a strong artistic imprint, rich in refined works.

Mannerism  1520-1580 

Inspired by their classical predecessors, Mannerist painters blurred the reference points in terms of space and time. In this incoherence, the bodies are also deformed, the musculature very accentuated, the effect of movement sought. The female nude is animated by the serpentine line, signature of mannerism. The painter of this movement is in search of his singularity to establish a recognition.

Some famours painters: 

. Paolo Véronèse – « La tentation de Saint Antoine, 1551 », « les Noces de Cana, 1563 » ;

. Pontormo – « Joseph en Egypte, 1518 ».  

 

è MANNERIST PAINTERS FROM THE SCHOOL OF FONTAINEBLEAU:

The first School of Fontainebleau   1526-1570

The French Court moved to Fontainebleau. François I (reign 1515-1547) invited Italian artists to embellish his Palace. Mythological scenes and nudes were sources of inspiration for Mannerist artists. The Great Gallery is covered with the animal emblem of the king, the salamander. Large libertine frescoes adorn the rooms.

Some famous painters: 

. Rosso Fiorentino – « Le Sacrifice, 1534-1539 » ;

. Le Primatice (Francesco Primaticcio) - « Apollon et les Muses au Parnasse » ;

. Jean Clouet - « François 1er, vers 1530 » ;

. Antoine Caron – « Diane Chasseresse, vers 1550 ».

 

The second School of Fontainebleau   1594-1617

In France, under the reign of King Henry IV (1594-1610) and the regency of Marie de Medicis (1610-1617), royal building sites were resumed; the Palace of Fontainebleau was thus completed. The new masters of this movement were French and Flemish painters. The subject of predilection of the Mannerist artists will be the romantic scenes in particular.

Some famous painters: 

. Ambroise Dubois – « Portrait de Marie de Médicis en Minerve » ;

. Toussaint Dubreuil – « Henri IV en Hercule, 1600 », « La montée au Calvaire, fin XVIe ».

 

 

The 17th century -Caravaggio  

An innovator, Caravaggio (1571-1610) structured his works through the effects of light and shadow. A

Some famous painters: 

. Le Caravage – « Le jeune Bacchus malade, 1591 », « Saint Matthieu et l’Ange, v. 1602 » ;

. Georges de La Tour – « Les Mangeurs de pois, 1622-1625 », « La Rixe des musiciens, 1625-1627 » ;

. Rembrandt – « Le Reniement de Saint Pierre, 1660 ».

 

 

The 17th and 18th centuries -   The Baroque

Born in Italy during the seventeenth century, this movement had for precursors Michelangelo, Tintoretto and Correggio. During this period realism was king. Painting reached a degree of perfection never surpassed. Rembrandt made an exceptional discovery: chiaroscuro. This new technique allowed painters to take a gigantic step towards the conquest of atmosphere and ambiance. It was the time of the great paintings for palaces, life-size portraits and vast compositions full of life and movement.

Some famous painters: 

. Rembrandt – « La ronde de nuit, 1642 », « Le Syndic de la guilde des drapiers, 1662 » ;

. Diego Vélasquez – « Portrait de chevalier, 1623 ».

 

The 17th century -   The Classicism (1650-1750)

With Classicism, the French works find clarity and rigor, the scene is ordered and finished in space. They were inspired by ancient art and the Renaissance, far from the codes of Mannerism and Baroque. The drawing and its regular lines serve noble or complex themes. The Court of Versailles displayed its power by investing massively in Art; Charles Le Brun was the first painter of King Louis XIV, in charge of the decoration of the Louvre, the castles of Vaux-le-Vicomte and Versailles.

Some famous painters: 

. Nicolas Poussin – « Les Bergers d’Arcadie, vers 1640 » ;

. Charles le Brun – « Entrée d’Alexandre dans Babylone, 1664 » ;

. Louis Le Nain – « Le repas des paysans, 1645 », « La Forge, 1642 » ;

. Georges de la Tour – « Le Tricheur à l’as de carreau, 1636 ».

 

 

The 18th century -   The Rococo (1715-1780)

France took the place of Italy as a pole of artistic attraction with reference to the end of the reign of Louis XIV and then under the reign of Louis XV, their palaces, their decor and their way of life. This was the time of bucolic subjects, evaporated women and « licked » painting. The beauty and complexity of the Rococo works produced gave them an indisputable value from a technical point of view. The movement disappeared at the dawn of the French Revolution in 1789.

Some famous painters: 

. Antoine Watteau – « Fêtes vénitiennes, 1718-1719 » ;

. Jean-Honoré Fragonard – « Les Baigneuses, 1765 », « Les Hasards heureux de l’escarpolette, 1767 » ;

. François Boucher – « l’Odalisque blonde, 1751 », « Pan et Syrinx, 1759 ».

 

 

Late 18th century -  Neo-Classicism(1760-1800)

Alongside Goya’s work, art underwent a profound transformation due to major historical events. The spirit of the French Revolution invaded the field of art, which was now open to all. The Empire then precipitated a return to classicism. The Neo-Classical style follows uncompromising rules of composition applied without any concession. In the confusion, something is preparing for painting: on the one hand the return to classical antiquity, on the other hand the birth of romanticism. The colors undergo a sensitive revolution that foreshadows the next century.

Some famous painters:  

. Jacques-Louis David – « La mort de Marat, 1793 » ;

. Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres – « L’apothéose d’Homère, 1827 ».

 

End of the 18th century -   Romanticism (1795-1850)

With Romanticism, feelings are expressed with passion and exaltation. The themes of predilection are fear, violence, death, freedom, imagination and dreams.

Some famous painters: 

. Eugène Delacroix – « Scènes des massacres de Scio, 1824 », « La mort de Sardanapale, 1828 », « La Liberté guidant le peuple, 1830 » ;

. Théodore Géricault - « Le Radeau de la Méduse, 1819 » ;

. Francisco de Goya - « Tres de Mayo, 1814 » ;

. Caspar David Friedrich - « Le Voyageur contemplant une mer de nuages, 1818 ».

 

 

1860- Birth of Impressionism

The term « Impressionism » refers to the title of a painting by Monet, « Impression, Sunrise ».

The meaning and purpose of Impressionism was to substitute a new conception of light and life for the dark colors and solid forms that realists lent to things. Artists left their studios to paint outdoors; the major theme was the landscape.

Some famous painters: 

. Claude Monet – « Coquelicots, 1873 » : « Nymphéas, paysage d’eau, 1905 et 1908 » ;

. Edgar Degas – « La classe de danse, 1873-1875 » ;

. Gustave Caillebotte – « Les Raboteurs de parquet, 1875 » ;   

. Auguste Renoir « Bal du Moulin de la Galette, 1876 » ;

. Vincent van Gogh – « Iris, 1889 ».

Painters of the KERLUXY Art Gallery:

. Daniel Paugam exhibits impressionist style paintings on KerluxY Art Gallery: « Les Nénuphars fleuris », «Water lilies of silence n°1/3», « Water lilies of silence n°2/3 », « Water lilies of silence n°3/3 », « Reflets de roses »,  « Reflets jaunes », « Funny water lilies n°1/3 », « Funny water lilies n°2/3 », « Funny water lilies n°3/3 », « Reflets de roses », « Reflets jaunes ».   

 

 

End of the 19th century –  Reaction to Impressionism

The avant-garde paintings were looking for new ways. New groups and styles followed the eternal movement forward, always in search of concepts and forms to discover. Thus were born:

      The NATURALIST painters

After a romantic preamble, the art of this time gradually discovers its way. The century was thus born under the sign of romanticism. The initiative belongs to the English. A new technique appeared: watercolor. Art becomes more democratic and we can see “the man in the street” making his own artistic attempts.

Some famous painters: 

. William Turner – « Paysage avec une rivière et une baie dans le lointain, 1835 » ; « Landscape with a river and a bay in the background, 1845 » ;

. John Constable – « Paysage avec cottages, 1809-1810 », « Le champ de blé, 1816 ».

 

   The SYMBOLIST painters – 1870/1914

Symbolist painters reject the standards dictated by academia, realism and naturalism. Melancholy, anguish, pessimism, darkness, fear, pain and death dominate their works. Among them, the group of Nabis artists met at Pont-Aven in Brittany.

Some famous painters: 

. Paul Gauguin - « Le Christ Jaune, 1989 » ;

. Pierre Puvis de Chavannes – « L’Espérance, 1872 », « Le Rêve, 1883 » ;

. Gustave Moreau - « Salomé dansant devant Hérode, 1876 » ;

. Edvard Munch - « Le cri, 1893 », « Anxiété, 1894 ».

 

   The SYNTHETIC painters (1886-1888)

The artists follow the style of the Pont-Aven School (go to the essential with flat areas of bright colors without perspectives and the partitioning of the plans).

Some famous painters: 

. Paul Gauguin – « La vision après le sermon, 1888 », « La belle Angèle, 1889 » ;

. Paul Sérusier – « Le Talisman, 1888 ».

 

    The REALIST painterssecond half of the 19th century

The realist movement sounded the death knell of romanticism, as evidenced by the canvas painted by Gustave Courbet in 1849 « A funeral in Ornans ». The subject of predilection is none other than scenes imprinted with real life without artifice.

Some famous painters: 

. Gustave Courbet - « L’homme à la pipe, 1844 », « Un enterrement à Ornans, 1849 », « L’Origine du Monde, 1866 » ;

. Camille Corot - « La femme à la perle, 1869 », « La lecture interrompue, 1870 ».

 

   The MODERNIST painters (1870-1950)

The modernist movement took root at the height of the industrial revolution. The precursors eager for freedom wished to break with tradition. The work is simplified, stripped of decorative elements, pure colors contrast.

Some famous painters: 

. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec – « La Goulue et sa sœur au Moulin Rouge, 1892 » ;

. Edouard Manet – « Le déjeuner sur l’herbe, 1863 ».

 

 

1880 –   Pointillism – late 19th century

A painting technique invented by Georges Seurat, Pointillism is a movement easily identifiable by the use of unmixed colors. The canvas is composed of small dots of pure paint juxtaposed. By moving away from the work, the eye reconstitutes the colors and the scene.

Some famous painters: 

. Georges Seurat – « Le jardinier, 1882 », « La Seine à Courbevoie, 1885 » ;

. Paul Signac – « Concarneau opus 221 adagio, 1891 », « La voile verte, 1904 » ;

. Camille Pissarro – « Kew Greens, 1892 ».

 

1904 -  The Expressionism -  early 20th century

The Expressionist movement appeared at the beginning of the 20th century in Northern Europe. Pictorial art no longer had the privilege of reproducing reality with the rise of photographic art. Expressionist Art was born, distorting reality in order to provoke an emotional reaction. The anguish shows through in certain works.

Some famous painters: 

. Edvard Munch - « Le Cri, 1893 » ;

. Bernard Buffet – « Le Clown bleu, 1955 » ;

. Vassily Kandinsky – « Fugue, 1914 » ;

 

Painters of the KERLUXY Art Gallery:

. M-L Le Campion exhibits paintings in the impressionist style on KerluxY Art Gallery: «2022-5 Diptyque I et II», «Mirage », «2019-5», « 2019-6»«2022-6», « Le Plongeon», « Nager en eaux troubles», «Petit poisson deviendra grand»,«Une histoire de couleurs »,  «Abysses »,  « Une bouffé d'air marin »,  « Dans les profondeurs ».

 

1905 –  The Fauvism - early 20th century

The Fauvist movement of the early 20th century is rooted in instinct. The color saturates the space like a firework. The artists abandoned rational perspective and drew large flat areas where the simplification of forms is mastered. Fauvism also saw the emergence of self-taught painters.

Some famous painters: 

. Henri Matisse - « La Raie verte, 1905 » ;

. André Derain - « La femme en chemise, 1906 » ;

. Kees Van Dongen - « La Danseuse indienne, 1907 », « Le Tango de l’Archange, 1935 ».

 

 

1908 –  The Cubist (early 20th century)

The Cubist movement born in the early twentieth century has for precursor Paul Cézanne who discards traditional perspectives and shifts the plans. Pablo Picasso and George Braque founded cubism influenced by the primitive arts. The works are fragmented, the plans are superimposed on the same canvas. The image is cut into a multitude of geometric shapes, offering the eye a 3D image. With Pablo Picasso, the face is exposed simultaneously from the front and from the side.

Some famous painters: 

. Pablo Picasso – « Guernica, 1937 », « Femme qui pleure, 1937 », « Homme à la sucette, 1938 », « Dora Maar, 1939 » ;

. Georges Braque - « Broc et violon, 1909-1910 », « La musicienne, 1918 » ;

. Robert Delaunay - « La Tour Eiffel, 1911 », « La Ville de Paris, 1912 ».

Painters of the KERLUXY Art Gallery:

. Daniel Paugam propose « Une petite danse avant la traite » scène burlesque d’une féérie campagnarde.

 

 

1911 – Metaphysical Painting                

De Chirico was the precursor of this surrealist art. In this painting, the atmosphere acquires an extraordinary power, a mystery radiated by the atmosphere, the violent play of light and shadow, a perspective accentuated in an unreal way. This painting seems to have escaped from the world of the incubus and is inspired by inhuman subjects. Its construction is both theatrical and architectural, but it is distorted in an unreal sense.

Some famous painters: 

. Giorgio De Chirico – « Hector et Andromaque, 1918 » ;

. Carlo Carra – « La chambre enchantée, 1917 » ;

. Giorgio Morandi – « Nature morte, 1920 ».

 

1915 –  Suprématism (early 20th century)

This Russian avant-garde pictorial movement was created by Kasimir Severinovitch Malevitch in the early 20th century. In 1915, the artist painted three monochrome elements: a black square, a black circle and a black cross. The other paintings reveal simple geometric forms with color worked for its own sake. In his compositions, the mystical painter seeks balance.

Some famous painters: 

. Kasimir Severinovitch Malevitch - « Carré noir sur fond blanc, 1915 », « Carré blanc sur fond blanc, 1918 ».

 

 

1916 –  Dadaism

The movement gathers extravagant « anarchists », anxious to destroy conventional art by turning it into derision. These artists abhor the past and cultivate their differences.

Some famous painters: 

. Marcel Duchamp – « Nu descendant un escalier, 1912 », « La Mariée mise à nu par ses célibataires même, 1915-1923 » ; 

. Man Ray – « The Lovers, 1936 ».

 

 

1917 -  Abstract Art 

The Abstract movement appeared around 1917 when Vassily Kandinsky, a Russian painter, claimed to have painted the first abstract subject. The artistic composition abstracts from any visual reality. On the canvas, geometric or curved shapes are mixed with colors… or not. The black bichrome on white background is very represented. The interpretation of an Abstract Art canvas is multiple, free to everyone to decipher the pictorial.

Some famous painters: 

. Vassily Kandinsky - « Cossaks, 1910-11 », « Swinging, 1925 ».

Painters of the KERLUXY Art Gallery:

 

. Daniel Paugam exhibits « Les cités tubulaires » Abstrait noir sur blanc aux traits  droits et arrondis, « Paysage lointain » Abstrait à-plats larges noir & blanc, « Les 2 oiseaux » Abstrait à-plats larges, « La Grotte Bleue » sorte de monde intérieur, « Animal courant » Abstrait enlevé, « Tao Tse Toung n°2 », « Animal à grandes ailes » Abstrait brillant avec dégradés, « Œil-Pétale », dégradés de rouges dessinant un œil, « L’Algue-Eventail » dégradés de roses jusqu’au lie-de-vin, « Le Demi-Papillon » dégradés d’ocres et de bleus, « Le Coquelicot » dégradés en forme de fleur ouverte, « Ubister jaune » Mélanges abstraits brillants, « Le Passage » bord de mer abstrait, « Réflexion dans un fauteuil » Abstrait enlevé, « Animal volant » Abstrait à-plat large, « Caresse »,  « Animal Sauvage » ;

 

. Twoodjeexhibits unstructured abstract paintings and drawings.  From the colorful interlacing emerges a portrait with diverse expressions. Discover:  « Les quatre amis », « Borgne à l’oreille bleue », « Portrait bleu », Le jeu des 7 erreurs », « Les 2 Catalans », « Visage à la joue blanche », « L’invisible », « Les Don Quichotte d’Asserack », « Gosse de l’aube » ;

 

. Jean-François Chaussepied exhibits « Banquises », « Hiver », « Les Grandes Coques », « Avec le Vent », « Le remorqueur » ;

 

. Patrick Guellec exhibits «Alignement », « L’ilortensias », « Traversée », « Vent contraire » ;

 

. M-L Le Campion exhibits « 2022-5 Diptyque I et II », «Mirage», «Le Plongeon», «Petit poisson deviendra grand», «Nager en eaux troubles», «2019-5», «2022-6»,  «2019-6», «Abysses»,   «Dans les profondeurs», «Une bouffée d'air marin» ;

. Andrea Benetti exhibits « Enterrement de vie de garçon », « Amore ritrovato », « Laguna di Venezia », « Gioco pericoloso », « Cinéma ».

 

 

1924 – Surrealism

This movement of the 20th century spreads to all cultural and artistic life (photography, music, literature…). The thought expresses itself and it is not restricted any more. The theories of the psychoanalysts Sigmund Freud and Karl Marx leave their mark on a period where imaginary and real are combined.

Some famous painters: 

. Salvador Dali est une des figures emblématiques du mouvement surréaliste - « Le rêve, 1931 », « Le sommeil, 1937 », « Bacchanale, 1939 », « La tentation de Saint Antoine, 1946 » ;

. Max Ernst - « L’Ange du Foyer, 1937 » ;

. René Magritte - « Le faux miroir, 1928 », « La découverte du feu, 1959 » ;  

. Joan Miro - « Le Carnaval d’Arlequin, 1925 », « Codes et constellations dans l’amour d’une femme, 1941 ».      

 

Painters of the KERLUXY Art Gallery:

. Dayva Achikhman propose « Inspiration », un paysage multidimensionnel.

 

 

Mid 1950s – Pop Art

Pop Art marks a break with Modern Art.

Andy Warhol is one of the founders of American Pop Art. In 1960, in the middle of the “Thirty Glorious Years”, the industrial consumer society was born. Mass consumption and advertising became part of everyday life. The artist directs his art on the rail of this rise: with him the art becomes productivist and the paintings produced in series thanks to the process of the serigraphy.

The noble subjects are discarded in favor of a popular culture. Thus was born the artistic “melting pot” with techniques borrowed from industry.

Some famous painters: 

. Andy Warhol – « Shot Marilyns, 1964 », « Mao, 1973 » ;

. Roy Lichtenstein – « Woman with Flowered hat, 1963 » ;  

. David Hockney –« A bigger splash, 1967 », « Portrait of an artist (Pool with Two Figures), 1972 ».

 

Painters of the KERLUXY Art Gallery:

. Eric Pichon is inspired by the British painter David Hockney in « Cocktail by the Pool » ;

. Twoodje is expressed with repetitive images in « 9 couples aux 22 visages », « Une tête à l’envers ». 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • MODERN ART (1850-1945)  

    Modern Art begins with the Impressionist Painters. The pictorial Art takes a rush far from the classical movements. The colors are pure and even juxtaposed by small touches.  Modern Art is also multiple (photography, cinema, decorative arts…).


  • CONTEMPORARY ART (from 1945 to the present day)

        Works created since the end of the Second World War are considered as Contemporary Art, regardless of their styles. To qualify a work of Contemporary Art is to recognize the avant-garde character of the piece.