Painting by Gangémi
François Gangemi is a French contemporary artist born in Antibes in 1961. This region of the south of France will lull him between the warm lights and vivid colours that can be discerned through his work.
Through his paintings, different colours and materials are mixed, where the artist expresses his vision of the world with softness, reverie and poetry. His paintings testify to a precise gesture in which the fine features of a female face slip under the wings of a dove. He uses a particular technique which combines acrylic and pastels on supports such as newspaper covers
as well as kraft paper, which brings matter and texture to his paintings.
His luminous and harmonious works reflect the cheerfulness and joie de vivre of the landscapes of southern France. His style, inspired by artists such as Pablo Picasso or Jean Cocteau, is based on a fascination for the female form and a joie de vivre.
His style, inspired by artists such as Pablo Picasso and Jean Cocteau, is based on a fascination for the female form and a joie de vivre that is reflected in the contrasting colours and the intensity of the gaze in his works.
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- Contemporary work
- H. 102 x L. 82 cm