Paysage VI

1800

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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.

Format

Huge >150 cm