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Element V



14" W X
11" H X
1" D
1 Lbs

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This piece is part of a greater body of work called Rue de Fleurus. Rue de Fleurus is a street in Paris near the Luxembourg gardens. It is not a very long street but its best unkept secret is 27 rue de fleurus where Gertrude Stein used to live. Ms. Stein was a writer and avid art collector. She would entertain Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and Ernest Hemmingway just to name a few.  This is a monoprint printed on Arches 140lb paper. I apply layers of ink and then proceed to reduce the ink until I get a desired effect. The print is then finished with dry pastels. This particular print reminds me of sea nettles prancing around in a floral field.

Additional Details

Style: Contemporary
Medium: Ink, Dry Pastel
Substrate: Arches 140lb paper
Height: 11"
Width: 14"
Depth: 1"
Weight: 1 lbs
Framed: Yes
Glass: Yes
Ready to Hang: Yes
Signed: Yes
Location of Signature: On the back. Certificate of Authenticity


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  1. Frederic Dessoye is an multidisciplinary artist working in printmaking, ink drawing and painting. He currently lives in Northern California.
    Frederic is an intuitive artist, exploring the reactive states between mediums: paper, ink, water.   Nature is at the core of his inspiration
    and interpretation. Monotypes are a type of printmaking that only produces one image and it cannot be repeated. Frederic has received awards and honorable mentions in various categories including most recently The International Juried art competition. Frederic teaches techniques in printmaking locally.
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