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Artwork information

Category

Print

Technique

Ultrachrome inkjet printing on paper

Date

2020

Dimensions

70 cm x 50 cm

Signature

Signed lower right

State of conservation

Very good

Framing

No

Location

Paris, France

Description

Ultrachrome inkjet print on Bright White Hahnemühle paper. Format 70 x 50 cm. Limited edition of 100 copies signed in pencil by the artist and numbered.

Why Penelope Cruz? "For her charisma, her path that brought her from a very simple life in the suburbs of Madrid to Hollywood. Her incomparable talent, of course, and her associative commitment to underprivileged children has touched me a lot." Hom Nguyen

From her first film role in Jamón Jamón, by Bigas Luna, she burst onto the screen. Since then, she has never left it. An icon of Spanish cinema, a favorite actress of Pedro Almodóvar, she has worked with the greatest, won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in Woody Allen's Vicky Cristina Barcelona, where she met her compatriot Javier Bardem, with whom she has two children.

30% of the price of the work is for the benefit of the Maison des femmes de Saint-Denis.

Provenance

Artist's Studio


Hom Nguyen

Painter
Drawer
FranceBorn in : 1972Famous artistFamous artist

Born in France in 1972 to Vietnamese parents from the boat people generation, Hom Nguyen first sold shoes before specializing in shoe patina. He developed a technique that he perfected in Japan with the great tattoo masters of the Shibuya district, in the center of Tokyo. On his return to France, he devoted himself to drawing and painting, and set up a studio in Bagnolet, a suburb of Paris.

Self-taught, lively, instinctive, Hom Nguyen articulates his work around the human figure and the complexity of trajectories. He has notably created portraits of legionnaires from the 2nd Foreign Parachute Regiment, by definition stateless and rootless. He also runs a drawing workshop in the psychiatric department of the Pitié Salpêtrière hospital in Paris.

Hom Nguyen

FranceBorn in : 1972Famous artistFamous artist
Painter
Drawer

Born in France in 1972 to Vietnamese parents from the boat people generation, Hom Nguyen first sold shoes before specializing in shoe patina. He developed a technique that he perfected in Japan with the great tattoo masters of the Shibuya district, in the center of Tokyo. On his return to France, he devoted himself to drawing and painting, and set up a studio in Bagnolet, a suburb of Paris.

Self-taught, lively, instinctive, Hom Nguyen articulates his work around the human figure and the complexity of trajectories. He has notably created portraits of legionnaires from the 2nd Foreign Parachute Regiment, by definition stateless and rootless. He also runs a drawing workshop in the psychiatric department of the Pitié Salpêtrière hospital in Paris.