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Seria Ludo 2, 2015

Woodcut
30 3/10 × 22 in
77 × 56 cm
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London
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Paragon
London
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Series of 5 woodcuts published in an edition of 15

Series of 5 woodcuts published in an edition of 15

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Signed by the artist and numbered on the reverse
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Paragon
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.

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Series of 5 woodcuts published in an edition of 15

Series of 5 woodcuts published in an edition of 15

Medium
Print
Signature
Signed by the artist and numbered on the reverse
Publisher
Paragon
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.

Seria Ludo 2, 2015

Woodcut
30 3/10 × 22 in
77 × 56 cm
Contact For Price
Location
London
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