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Artwork information

Category

Print

Technique

Silkscreen on black 240g Fedrigoni Sirio paper

Date

2020

Dimensions

70 cm x 50 cm

Signature

Signed

Proof(s) of authenticity

Silkscreen sold accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by Maxence Doré

State of conservation

Very good

Framing

No

Location

Yvelines, France

Description

Silkscreen print in limited edition of 25 copies. It is signed and numbered by Maxence Doré.

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Provenance

Artist's studio in France


Maxence Doré

Painter
Drawer
FranceBorn in : 1990Emerging artistEmerging artist

Maxence Doré is part of a pictorial style of an ecologist movement. Influenced by the movement "In which life you are" (2005-2010), he quickly had a strong ecological awareness.

In a treaty-aesthetics framework, he hopes to change the minds thanks to the beautiful. With a successful and technically complex work, he invites the viewer to position itself in the light of pollution due to oil, and mineral mining.

Positioning himself as an alert launcher, the artist must, according to him, invite the viewer to interrogate themselves. Force them to see what they refuse to see. Inspired by Huysmans rhetoric (1848-1907) where beauty is quintessential, Maxence Dorée uses this axis to deliver his message.

It is with immense joy that we present you the artworks of Maxence Doré. Here you have the opportunity to discover a selection of his latest creations. Maxence Doré is a very appreciated and talented artist, as evidenced by the enthusiasm and admiration of his community on its various social networks.

Maxence Doré

FranceBorn in : 1990Emerging artistEmerging artist
Painter
Drawer

Maxence Doré is part of a pictorial style of an ecologist movement. Influenced by the movement "In which life you are" (2005-2010), he quickly had a strong ecological awareness.

In a treaty-aesthetics framework, he hopes to change the minds thanks to the beautiful. With a successful and technically complex work, he invites the viewer to position itself in the light of pollution due to oil, and mineral mining.

Positioning himself as an alert launcher, the artist must, according to him, invite the viewer to interrogate themselves. Force them to see what they refuse to see. Inspired by Huysmans rhetoric (1848-1907) where beauty is quintessential, Maxence Dorée uses this axis to deliver his message.

It is with immense joy that we present you the artworks of Maxence Doré. Here you have the opportunity to discover a selection of his latest creations. Maxence Doré is a very appreciated and talented artist, as evidenced by the enthusiasm and admiration of his community on its various social networks.