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WOOCS v.2.3.5

Permaat Dewaa, 2021

Limited edition of 20 pieces

500,00 

(framing included)

Possibility of payment in 3 instalments without charge

20 in stock

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WOOCS v.2.3.5

Size: 36 cm x 46 cm (framed)

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Setting the scene

USA

Confirmed Artist

Philippe Halaburda was born in Meaux in 1972. He currently lives and works between France and the United States.

Philippe Halaburda studied Graphic Art at the Ecole Supérieure d'Art EDTA Sornas in Paris. After his studies he decided to travel for some time to discover the different styles and movements of European art.

Philippe's work is undeniably abstract. His process is simple, the artist tries to transcribe his thoughts on the canvas by visualizing them: his paintings are thus real imaginary landscapes. Philippe's works are always very well composed and arranged, accompanied by bright and vivid colours that are reminiscent of cartography, a lineage admitted by the artist.

Philippe's work has been presented in several European countries and also in the United States since 2012.

After four years as a resident at the Villa Beaulieu near Aix-en-Provence, his work can be seen in numerous private and public collections. In 2015, the artist went to live in New York for several months to develop his "New York city mapping" project.

20 in stock

About this photograph

Technique

Embroidery

Print run

Work numbered and limited to 20 copies

Support

Canvas stretched on frame

Dimensions

36 x 46 cm

Signature

Work hand signed by the artist and stamped by VANGART

Authentication

Sold with certificate of authenticity and possible NFT certification

Framing

American black satin box

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