$1,002.97
$22.27
Shipping to United States included
Museum Quality
Support Contemporary Artists
$22.27
$31.64
$87.90
$35.16
2902 x 3920 px
This image is available for download with a licence
$35.16
$152.36
$339.88

David Vall

Transmutatis (2020)

Artwork Type
Dimensions
31.9x23.6 in
Techniques
Support or surface
Linen Canvas
Framing
No
Acrylique sur toile de lin montée sur châssis, prête à accrocher. Côtés peints en noir. Toile vernie, signée au dos et livrée avec un certificat d'authenticité de l'artiste. L’œuvre intitulée « Transmutatis » est une composition abstraite, mêlant peinture acrylique et brou de noix, et faisant référence au processus alchimique....
Acrylique sur toile de lin montée sur châssis, prête à accrocher. Côtés peints en noir.
Toile vernie, signée au dos et livrée avec un certificat d'authenticité de l'artiste.
L’œuvre intitulée « Transmutatis » est une composition abstraite, mêlant peinture acrylique et brou de noix, et faisant référence au processus alchimique. Dans la symbolique alchimique, le vitriol, aussi appelé lion vert, désigne l’union du haut et du bas, et est formé à partir des initiales d’une formule célèbre condensant la doctrine alchimique : « Visita interiorem terrae rectificando invenies occultum lapidem » que l’on peut traduire par « Visite les entrailles de la Terre, en rectifiant (purifiant) tu trouveras la pierre cachée ». Le lion vert est fréquemment représenté dévorant le soleil pour le transformer en or.

Original hand-made painting created with acrylic paints on high-quality streched linen canvas ready to hang. Edges are painted in black.
The painting is coated with a high-gloss varnish, signed on the back and delivered with a certificate of authenticity from the artist.
The painting entitled « Transmutatis » is an abstract evocation combining acrylic painting and walnut stain, referring to the alchemical process. In alchemical symbolism, vitriol, also called green lion, designates the union of the top and the bottom, and is formed from the initials of a famous formula condensing the alchemical doctrine: "Visita interiorem terrae rectificando invenies occultum lapidem" that can be translated by "Visit the interior of the Earth and by rectification (purification) you will find the hidden stone". The green lion is frequently depicted devouring the sun to turn it into gold.

Related themes

GreenBlueWalnut StainGoldYellow

David Vall
Follow
David Vall was born in France in 1978. Even though graphite pencil drawing, Chinese ink painting and Japanese calligraphy were early artistic interests to him, he turned towards higher education in science...

David Vall was born in France in 1978. Even though graphite pencil drawing, Chinese ink painting and Japanese calligraphy were early artistic interests to him, he turned towards higher education in science and became a researcher in behavioural neurosciences. Two years spent in British Columbia led him to discover natural scenery and lights of deep emotional intensity that awakened interest in the use of colours for his painting. His sources of inspiration are multiple: a piece of art he admired, the remembrance of scenery he contemplated, an emotion or a state of mind that holds on to his soul and wishes to take shape. Many of his artworks are also inspired by natural elements.

Order number (Maison des Artistes): V570781
SIREN number: 820 234 110

“We are dealing with artworks that start from reality observation – colors and textures are the proof – but there seems to be even more: an obvious emotional implication turning into a chaotic element that gives an extra dimension to the compositions. The colors are natural but become material and the contrasts are inevitably accentuated, the textures are those of the bark, the water or the soil, or even simply the sight of a landscape obscured by the mist. Despite the particular character of these works, we find a dynamism very engaging as well by their compositional development as by the chromatic contrasts, and even when these are absent, the textured materials compensate this lack. David Vall's landscapes revolve around the artist's sensitivity, establishing a privileged relationship between the viewer, the work and the author, in which the existence of such an intoxicating emotional dimension becomes the reason to give life to the works but also to enjoy them during a moment of relaxed contemplation.”
Marcello Cazzaniga, art critique and curator (translated from Italian).

Recent exhibitions:

2022, January-February: Solo Exhibition, Établissement Français du Sang, Rennes, France.

2021, September-November, Art Group Exhibition, L'Autre Lieu, Le Rheu, France.

2020, September 27th to October 4th: Art Group Exhibition "The Green Lion, Villa Monastero, Varenna, Italy.

2019, Oct 18th to 28th: Art Group Exhibition "Esperienze Creative". Galleria Merlino, Firenze, Italy.

2019, Sept 30th to Oct 6th: Art Group Exhibition "Mondi Onirici". Galleria Merlino, Firenze, Italy.

2019, Sept 24th to 27th: Art Group Exhibition "On Tour Cannes". Galerie d'Art Cecchin-Stretti, Cannes, France.

2019, May 14th to Jun 14th: Art Group Exhibition. Le Diapason, Rennes, France.

2019, Apr 21st to 27th: International Art Group Exhibition "On Tour London". Royal Opera Arcade (ROA) Gallery, London, UK. Curator: Marina Volpi, ArtExpertise.

2019, Jan 12th to 23rd: International Art Group Exhibition, XX Salón Internacional. ESART Galeria, Barcelona, Espana. Curator: Jordi Jové.

2018, July 14th to 29th: International Art Group Exhibition Iperuranio at the former Church San Nicolao, Bellano, Lake Como, Italy. Camaver Kunsthaus by Marcello Cazzaniga.

See more from David Vall

39.4x39.4 in
$1,380.73
39.4x39.4 in
$1,612.65
7.9x7.9 in
$101.61
28.7x39.4 in
Sold

Artmajeur

Receive our newsletter for art lovers and collectors