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Third opus of the "Correspondances" series, "Ataraxia or the casualness of time" is an abstract expressionist painting in mostly black and white tones with turquoise shades. Yellow and orange filaments stand out from a dark mountain and seem to be carried away by the wind. This painting is inspired by the feeling of quietude in the face of the acceptance of the inexorable passage of time. This is a large abstract painting and it have to be sent rolled in a tube. This method is especially safe, and provides lower shipping costs as well. Rolled works can be easily stretched and eventually framed by a local framer upon arrival. Upon delivery, we highly recommend you send any works directly to your framer for cautious, professional unrolling of the artwork.

Ataraxia or the Casualness of Time

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1177-65236
£1,700.00 Free UK Delivery
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Delivery time: This artist is based in Réunion therefore delivery may take longer than usual.
  • Size: 90 x 120 x 0 cm (35.4 x 47.2 x 0 inches)
  • Oil on linen
  • One-Off / Ready to Send
  • Frame Required

About the artwork

Third opus of the "Correspondances" series, "Ataraxia or the casualness of time" is an abstract expressionist painting in mostly black and white tones with turquoise shades. Yellow and orange filaments stand out from a dark mountain and seem to be carried away by the wind. This painting is inspired by the feeling of quietude in the face of the acceptance of the inexorable passage of time. This is a large abstract painting and it have to be sent rolled in a tube. This method is especially safe, and provides lower shipping costs as well. Rolled works can be easily stretched and eventually framed by a local framer upon arrival. Upon delivery, we highly recommend you send any works directly to your framer for cautious, professional unrolling of the artwork.

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Art2Arts are pleased to offer 10 months interest-free credit* through Arts Council England's Own Art interest free loan scheme. You can purchase any artwork on the site as long as the order value is between £100 - £2500 you can spread the cost over 10 monthly instalments. Simply add the artwork to your basket and select 'Own Art' at checkout, we will send you an application to complete shortly after

The artwork will be sent as soon as the application has been accepted and e-signed.

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Théophile DELAINE

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Paris, 1989. While he continued his musical studies at university and began a career as a jazz musician, Théophile Delaine discovered the world of visual arts. From university to various museums in Europe and elsewhere, he worked tirelessly in various techniques such as sculpture, drawing, land art, watercolour and painting in different artistic movements. He touches on everything, from Turner to Van Gogh, to contemporary art, via the geometric abstraction of Kandinsky, Malevitch or Paul Klee. But it was in 1998 that lyrical abstraction and abstract expressionism imposed themselves on him as the most appropriate modes of expression. He was inspired by Wang Yan Cheng and Zao Wou-Ki, but also by Paul Rebeyrolle and Gao Xingjian among othe... (see more)

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