Gustave Moreau (1826-1898)
Gustave Moreau (1826 – 1898) was a French painter, a precursor of Symbolism. Moreau’s work is somewhere between Romanticism and Symbolism. Moreau’s world is full of androgynous teenagers and fascinating and perverse women (like Salome in her painting The Apparition, but also Dalila or Deyanira). He also shows a certain predilection for the monstrous. His interest in the Orient is evident both in the choice of subjects and in the decadent setting of his paintings (Jupiter and Semele, for example, powerfully evokes Indian art).
Printed canvases quality:
The materials used in the preparation of the canvases are of high quality. The texture and the wire highlights the beauty of the final result. His gramage more than 340 g.
Used ink and pigments are HP UV, specially prepared for light resistance indoors for more than 200 years.
All work is completed with a coat of ageing patinas that gives an unique result
Suggestion: Rackmount for aged canvases. Receive your chosen canvas ready to be hung on the wall
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