RN 145 B – Thomas de VUILLEFROY

Technique :Scraper in Indian ink on paper – 2020
Dimension : 27,5 x 19,6 inch

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Artist : thomas de vuillefroy

“Painting as the ultimate and infinite research tool, painting as an action, as a commitment, as a form of thought, as a method of observing the world, as a means of expression. Painting to give meaning to life. Thomas de Vuillefroy is one of those entire artists, with a tortuous personal journey that is richer than that of a thousand men, who create as they breathe, who create to breathe. “Paint and don’t get discouraged,” he says. During his first years of artistic practice, because he considers himself in the training phase and loses interest at this stage in obtaining a result, he systematically erases what he has produced by applying paint with a squeegee. Observing one day by chance that by covering pastel with Chinese ink, the ink did not cover the entire image uniformly but that a range of effects resulted, he undertook to develop a new personal technique for printing with a scraper giving unique prints (monotypes). He declines his findings into different series. One uses a sensitive line drawing, another one uses cut-out paper caches which, combined with the passage of successive layers of ink, determine different grey values. Finally, another one exploits chance and accident for a more abstract series. »
Juliette Lamarca, 2017

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