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14C6

Documentation Signed
Origin France
Period New
Materials Aquatint copperplate printing on BFK Rives paper 250 g
Dimensions
W. 59.06 in; H. 19.69 in;
W. 150 cm; H. 50 cm;
Condition Good. New - Directly from the artist's studio
Creation Date 2014
Description Free worldwide delivery.

This works comes with a secured certificate of authenticity.

Pierre Muckensturm added printmaking to his oeuvre since 2010.

The engraving and printing process allows him to further explore notions of time and perspective. Muckensturm is inspired by the concepts of calmness, constancy and temporality. His work visually expresses a sense of harmony with time.

In his prints, he begins with gestural marks, examining them in detail, transforming them gradually, exploring how they communicate differently as he alters their size, shape, depth, magnitude and orientation over time.

This artwork is sold as a triptych. Each image size is 50 x 50 cm/20 x 20 inches, full paper is 50 x 50 cm/20 x 20 inches

Edition 11 - AP: 4/5

Pierre Muckensturm is a French abstract painter and print maker. His visual language is one of harmony, calm and timelessness built around softly textured surfaces and a muted, black and white palette. Born in Strasbourg, France, he currently lives and works in Colmar.
Styles / Movements Black & White, Contemporary, Minimalism
Incollect Reference Number 366107
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