Christopher Le Brun, ‘Fate’, 2012, Print, Lithograph, Paupers Press
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Christopher Le Brun

Fate, 2012

Lithograph
21 1/2 × 29 3/10 in
54.7 × 74.5 cm
Edition of 35
.
Location
London
Certificate
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This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Paupers Press
London

In France in the early 19th century the award of the Prix de Rome by the École des Beaux-Arts …

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Concours de l'Arbre
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Paupers Press
Christopher Le Brun
British, b. 1951
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Citing Romanticism and Symbolism among his inspirations, as well as musical compositions, literature, and his own materials, Christopher Le Brun produces expressive paintings, prints, and sculptures that range from abstract to representational. “At least half, if not more, of the driver of my work is the engagement with materials,” he has said. For his sculptures, he works in bronze and relies on motifs that include horses, wings, and semi-abstract forms suggesting human figures. He paints in oils and watercolor, building up his compositions with visible layers and brushstrokes. Rather than honing a particular style, Le Brun prefers to challenge himself with new projects and approaches.

Christopher Le Brun, ‘Fate’, 2012, Print, Lithograph, Paupers Press
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In France in the early 19th century the award of the Prix de Rome by the École des Beaux-Arts depended on an annual competition. As well as the Prix de Rome for History painting a prize for Historical Landscape was instituted in 1817. The examination was tri-partite. The first stage required the execution of an …

Medium
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Not included
Series
Concours de l'Arbre
Publisher
Paupers Press
Christopher Le Brun
British, b. 1951
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Citing Romanticism and Symbolism among his inspirations, as well as musical compositions, literature, and his own materials, Christopher Le Brun produces expressive paintings, prints, and sculptures that range from abstract to representational. “At least half, if not more, of the driver of my work is the engagement with materials,” he has said. For his sculptures, he works in bronze and relies on motifs that include horses, wings, and semi-abstract forms suggesting human figures. He paints in oils and watercolor, building up his compositions with visible layers and brushstrokes. Rather than honing a particular style, Le Brun prefers to challenge himself with new projects and approaches.

Christopher Le Brun

Fate, 2012

Lithograph
21 1/2 × 29 3/10 in
54.7 × 74.5 cm
Edition of 35
.
Location
London
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.