Artist's description:

The Objects Immobiles series employs digital photography to emulate a genre that was once considered the lowest form of expression in the hierarchy of painting but that has subsequently become highly regarded as both an artistic commentary and an elegant socio-historical document. I have attempted to remain true to the spirit of this genre as I utilize new technology to not only recreate the images, but to also add contemporary objects to the visual narrative and new cultural references within each composition. One of the many notable aspects of still life paintings is the effect of light and color which represent the temporality, variability and chance of daily experiences. Interestingly, digital photography and devices add a literally new light into the transitory illusion of the genre of still life art. The challenge was to incorporate this new light and vision into the venerable tradition while maintaining the authenticity and brilliance that energizes and illuminates the objects immobiles.

All the images are pigment prints on matte cotton canvas. On stretcher bars and ready for framing.
The prints are 20”x30” except for Still Life with mouse, which is 24”x24”.
Each piece is numbered and signed on verso.

Still Life with Lemon, Oranges and Grenade
Based on the painting Lemons, Oranges and a rose 1633.
Francisco Zubaran

Materials used:

I constructed the scene with plastic fruit and a toy hand grenade. Digital image pigment print on stretcher bars.

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Still Life with Lemon, Oranges and Grenade

$850

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This artwork is sold by Kerry Davis from United States

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