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L'œuvre est réalisée en plusieurs couches successives pour un résultat hyperréaliste.
Format : 46 x 38 cm hors cadre.
Intitulé : Le bouquet de roses de Pierre de Ronsard.
Reza Sarrafi is a contemporary award-winning French painter. His paintings are inspired by Dutch, Flemish and later Impressionist masters.
In the beginning he mainly painted landscapes and portraits, until he found out still lifes. He loved their intimate and complex side, based on the composition and the spatial arrangement of subjects in which shapes and materials come to life thanks to light and color.
Sarrafi’s paintings evolves towards a universe where the shapes, the lines, the colors, the composition of the patterns lead to the mystery of the true creation: to see the invisible and to say the unspeakable, to show to hide, to detail to suggest, to allow us to see something other than what we see.