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Poetic Triptychs

  • Nicholas Lebrun
$44.00
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Poetic Triptychs

  • Nicholas Lebrun
$44.00
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Book details

ISBN :
978-2-930451-24-4
Year :
2017
Cover :
cardboard
Size :
30 x 24 cm
Pages :
88
Languages :
Fr
A dreamlike journey through nineteen triptychs. Or how a poet chooses to confront two works, one by a timeless master from the 16th to the 20th century, European, and the other by an emerging artist, recognized, from today's world. Between Klimt and Custodio, several women, yet so close? Love and fight, shadow on light, kiss but fist, portrait or cage, a quest for meaning with a rich intertextual word, with a multiple style, is offered to the reader curious about the cultures in which he evolves.

Discover the surprising, obvious, sensitive associations of Nicolas Le Brun, and let other resonances awaken in you...

Some artists : Banksy, Bruegel the Elder, Gustave Courbet, Thierry De Cordier, Francisco de Goya, Wim Delvoye, Robert Doisneau, Léon Frédéric, Brigitte Grignet, Marc Hanniet, Ferdinand Hodler, Thomas Hoepker, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Gustav Klimt, Edouard Manet, Michelangelo, Edvard Munch, Claudine O'Sullivan, Pierre & Gilles, François Pompon, Auguste Rodin, Nicholas Roerich, Gerald Scarfe, Paolo Troilo, Philippe Dutilleul-Van Der Linden, Phil van Duynen, Vincent Van Gogh, Antoon Verbeeck, Lora Zombie.

The author

  • Nicholas Lebrun
    Son of Brussels antique dealers, Nicolas Le Brun has always been involved in the art world. Over the years, he has developed a particular aestheticism, which leads him to assemble different works of art, from different currents and genres, but he also tries his hand at prose and poetry.

    Atypical, the triptych that he proposes here, wants to be atemporal, suggesting between two works, one past, recognized, often, the other more contemporary, which still has to prove itself, perhaps, of the connections almost obvious. Semantic bridges that reveal essential values, the beautiful as love.