Erosion II

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Nathalie Ledoux’s landscapes employ naturalistic and virtual perspectives, leading to a subtle play of associations and memories, references to the romantic era and universal narratives.  Her paintings inhabit an oneiric universe where abstraction is used to activate romantic landscape or impressionist codes and contemporary feelings in the viewer. Deserted and sublime scenery is broken down by the material concerns of texture and color. The atmospheres that lead to contemplative moods are interrupted by contemporary pop and technological associations (such as colors produced by thermic graphs). Ledoux achieves a subtle and contemporary painterly poetics.

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  • MediumAcrylic on canvas
  • Dimensions162 cm (H) x 129 cm (W)
  • Year2016
  • AuthentificationAuthentification certificate signed by the artist
  • Return policyWithin 14 days after delivery
  • Shipping modalitiesWithin 5-10 business days from Brussels (Belgium)
  • PaymentEligible for interest free loan offered by Kunst Aan Zet

Nathalie Ledoux

Nathalie Ledoux (°1992, Liège, BE) is a Belgian painter. Nathalie Ledoux’s work is a contemporary approach to the classical art practice of landscape painting. In 2016, she graduated with a master degree in painting from the prestigious Belgian art school “La Cambre” based in Brussels (BE).  In the same year Nathalie Ledoux was awarded both the prize and one year residency of the “Moonens Foundation”(a Belgian foundation constituted to help young talented artists to develop their artistic career named after the Belgian painter Laurent Moonens). One of her paintings was sold at a charity auction held in September 2017, organized by the renowned museum Dhondt-Dhaenens (Deurle, BE) in cooperation with its partner Christie’s.

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