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Jean-François Larrieu

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Pour la St Valentin, offrez le « Love » de Jean-François Larrieu !

“L’essence de la vie, belle et éphémère.” Jean-François Larrieu
“The essence of life, beautiful and fleeting.” Jean-François Larrieu

Œuvre disponible en édition limitée. Estampe digigraphie sur Papier Art, numérotée et signée par l’artiste. 550€ sur la boutique en ligne www.larrieushop.com
The artwork is available in a limited edition. Print digigraphy on Art Paper, numbered and signed by the artist. €550 on www.larrieushop.com.

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Créature magique et mystérieuse, le papillon est le symbole de l’immortalité et de l’amour dans la mythologie grecque. C’est aussi l’emblème que Jean-François Larrieu a choisi pour représenter la beauté de la vie et de l’amour. 

En peignant l’art de la métamorphose, il invite chacun à réfléchir à sa propre transformation, et à sa capacité d’évolution permanente. 
Depuis sa chrysalide jusqu’au premier battement d’aile, le papillon nous enseigne, selon les croyances amérindiennes, qu’il faut laisser nos désirs se réaliser, changer nos vies, donner corps au célèbre Carpe Diem d’Horace… 

Magic and mysterious creatures, butterflies are the symbol of immortality and love in Greek mythology. They are the emblem Jean-François Larrieu has chosen to represent the beauty of life and love. 

By painting the art of metamorphosis, Larrieu invites us to consider our own transformation and our ability to evolve. From the chrysalis to their first wing, butterflies are, according to Native American beliefs, teaching us to let our dreams come true, change our lives and embody the famous Horace’s “seize the day”. 

Dans son œuvre “Love”, Jean-François Larrieu nous offre un essaim de papillons multicolores. Rose, violet, vert, bleu, jaune, aux ailes et formes différentes, les papillons de Larrieu subliment la différence et nous renvoient à l’universalité du sentiment amoureux. Ils s’envolent vers le ciel en un mouvement fluide et harmonieux, et invitent à la rêverie. 

In his “Love” artwork Larrieu offers us a swarm of colourful butterflies. Pink, purple, green, blue, yellow, with different wings and forms, Larrieu’s butterflies are a tribute to difference. They highlight the universal nature of the love feeling. They fly to the sky in a flowing and harmonious way and are an invitation to reverie. 

Pour la St Valentin, célébrez l’amour et l’instant présent ! 
For Valentine’s day, let’s celebrate love and enjoy the moment! 

New Works at the Canfin Gallery - What To Do

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Sponsored: New Works at the Canfin Gallery: Tarrytown’s Canfin Gallery will exhibit New Works from the celebrated French painter Jean-Francois Larrieu. The exhibit that will run from November 7-29 features 23 landscapes and cityscapes portraying some of the world’s most iconic cities from Manhattan to Paris, Hong Kong and Miami. His works have been described as “exotic rhythms, an amalgamation of superimposed and repetitive forms choreographed in mosaics, multicolored, multicultural, joyful and impressionable.”

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Love Butterflies

His intricate landscapes and cityscapes are stippled and overlaid with figures, trees and birds, creating a rich pictorial language, whose intimate vocabulary is influenced by his many travels abroad. Gallery owner Jean-Claude Canfin described the collection for us. “Larrieu’s implementation and usage of insistent calligraphic type imagery speaks to a transcendent era of artistry and faith. Through the acute lens, and skillful hand of this artist, Larrieu transports us beyond the ordinary to such worlds both secreted and fantastical.”

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Tree of Live with Blue Sky

Celebrated around the world: Born in 1960, Jean-François Larrieu has exhibited his work, since 1982 worldwide, including in over sixty one-man shows, and multiple group exhibitions. He has shown his work in Dubai, Beirut, China, Taiwan, Tokyo, New York, Florida and Paris. His work, since early on has been the focus of multiple museum exhibitions in France and abroad, including contemporary art museums in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg in 1991, the Beirut Museum in 1993, the Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo and Nakagawamura in 1994, the Fine Arts Museum in Shanghai China in 1995, the Okinawa Garden Museum, and the Fine Arts Museum in Bordeaux in 1998.

This post is sponsored by the Canfin Gallery, 39 Main St., Tarrytown, NY, 914.332.4554; www.CanfinGallery.com. All images, courtesy of photographer Jayme Lawnsby.

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Love 140 x140 cm

Traduire visuellement des émotions, le leitmotiv de Jean-François Larrieu.


Translate feelings to artworks, this is Jean-François Larrieu’s motto.

Opera Gallery Seoul

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Love 140 x140 cm

Dubai - exposition personnelle Opera Gallery du 29 avril au 14 mai.

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Pour la St Valentin, offrez le « Love » de Jean-François Larrieu !

“L’essence de la vie, belle et éphémère.” Jean-François Larrieu
“The essence of life, beautiful and fleeting.” Jean-François Larrieu

Œuvre disponible en édition limitée. Estampe digigraphie sur Papier Art, numérotée et signée par l’artiste. 550€ sur la boutique en ligne www.larrieushop.com
The artwork is available in a limited edition. Print digigraphy on Art Paper, numbered and signed by the artist. €550 on www.larrieushop.com.

image

Créature magique et mystérieuse, le papillon est le symbole de l’immortalité et de l’amour dans la mythologie grecque. C’est aussi l’emblème que Jean-François Larrieu a choisi pour représenter la beauté de la vie et de l’amour. 

En peignant l’art de la métamorphose, il invite chacun à réfléchir à sa propre transformation, et à sa capacité d’évolution permanente. 
Depuis sa chrysalide jusqu’au premier battement d’aile, le papillon nous enseigne, selon les croyances amérindiennes, qu’il faut laisser nos désirs se réaliser, changer nos vies, donner corps au célèbre Carpe Diem d’Horace… 

Magic and mysterious creatures, butterflies are the symbol of immortality and love in Greek mythology. They are the emblem Jean-François Larrieu has chosen to represent the beauty of life and love. 

By painting the art of metamorphosis, Larrieu invites us to consider our own transformation and our ability to evolve. From the chrysalis to their first wing, butterflies are, according to Native American beliefs, teaching us to let our dreams come true, change our lives and embody the famous Horace’s “seize the day”. 

Dans son œuvre “Love”, Jean-François Larrieu nous offre un essaim de papillons multicolores. Rose, violet, vert, bleu, jaune, aux ailes et formes différentes, les papillons de Larrieu subliment la différence et nous renvoient à l’universalité du sentiment amoureux. Ils s’envolent vers le ciel en un mouvement fluide et harmonieux, et invitent à la rêverie. 

In his “Love” artwork Larrieu offers us a swarm of colourful butterflies. Pink, purple, green, blue, yellow, with different wings and forms, Larrieu’s butterflies are a tribute to difference. They highlight the universal nature of the love feeling. They fly to the sky in a flowing and harmonious way and are an invitation to reverie. 

Pour la St Valentin, célébrez l’amour et l’instant présent ! 
For Valentine’s day, let’s celebrate love and enjoy the moment! 

New Works at the Canfin Gallery - What To Do

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Sponsored: New Works at the Canfin Gallery: Tarrytown’s Canfin Gallery will exhibit New Works from the celebrated French painter Jean-Francois Larrieu. The exhibit that will run from November 7-29 features 23 landscapes and cityscapes portraying some of the world’s most iconic cities from Manhattan to Paris, Hong Kong and Miami. His works have been described as “exotic rhythms, an amalgamation of superimposed and repetitive forms choreographed in mosaics, multicolored, multicultural, joyful and impressionable.”

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Love Butterflies

His intricate landscapes and cityscapes are stippled and overlaid with figures, trees and birds, creating a rich pictorial language, whose intimate vocabulary is influenced by his many travels abroad. Gallery owner Jean-Claude Canfin described the collection for us. “Larrieu’s implementation and usage of insistent calligraphic type imagery speaks to a transcendent era of artistry and faith. Through the acute lens, and skillful hand of this artist, Larrieu transports us beyond the ordinary to such worlds both secreted and fantastical.”

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Tree of Live with Blue Sky

Celebrated around the world: Born in 1960, Jean-François Larrieu has exhibited his work, since 1982 worldwide, including in over sixty one-man shows, and multiple group exhibitions. He has shown his work in Dubai, Beirut, China, Taiwan, Tokyo, New York, Florida and Paris. His work, since early on has been the focus of multiple museum exhibitions in France and abroad, including contemporary art museums in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg in 1991, the Beirut Museum in 1993, the Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo and Nakagawamura in 1994, the Fine Arts Museum in Shanghai China in 1995, the Okinawa Garden Museum, and the Fine Arts Museum in Bordeaux in 1998.

This post is sponsored by the Canfin Gallery, 39 Main St., Tarrytown, NY, 914.332.4554; www.CanfinGallery.com. All images, courtesy of photographer Jayme Lawnsby.

[Sources]

Love

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Love 140 x140 cm

Traduire visuellement des émotions, le leitmotiv de Jean-François Larrieu.


Translate feelings to artworks, this is Jean-François Larrieu’s motto.

Opera Gallery Seoul

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Love 140 x140 cm

Dubai - exposition personnelle Opera Gallery du 29 avril au 14 mai.

Custom Post Images

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