Title: Invocation
Title: Invocation

Oil on wood : Christine Mourgues Frame: Gee d'Hann Bahnn

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L'envol
L'envol
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renaissance
renaissance
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Délivrance
Délivrance
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Aux Iris
Aux Iris

Huile sur bois+Diamètre 65 cm In French, you have the same word for the flower named “ iris” and the color of the eyes .

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le songe est savoir  VENDU - SOLD
le songe est savoir VENDU - SOLD

Technique mixte sur bois; diamètre : 71 cm (couleur) The dream is the knowledge

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..La laitière ....Vermeer
..La laitière ....Vermeer

The time is motionless, the fixed gesture, the distant ideas, shielded from the dark clouds and black birds

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Butterfly
Butterfly

93 x 65 - Technique mixte sur toile « In the deep silence of Mexico forests, I can hear the rustling wings of the Monarch. Butterflies come by thousands, majestic, dressing the light blue sky with gigantic colored bouquets. Finally, the Butterfly King arises and gazes at ... the deforestation resulting in its destruction. »

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Too late ?
Too late ?

Too late ? It’s never too late to become what we would have been able to be

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One thousand and one night
One thousand and one night

87 x 260 - Triptyque ouvert - Technique mixte sur toile et bois Let us close the book to the writings of new generations of artists: those of tag artists who defy interdictions to let us know they do exist. The “tag” is an extremely positive social phenomenon. Even if it is considered as vandalism, it is neither breaking nor destroying but embellishing.

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Impressions féminines
Impressions féminines

80 x 80 - Technique mixte sur toile «Since life is but wounds, dreams of evasion, the manifold influences of the others on you, I fall back to my inner self! »

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Féminité  VENDU - SOLD
Féminité VENDU - SOLD

80 x 80 - Technique mixte sur toile “This is my secret: We only see things well with the heart, the essential is invisible to our eyes. This is the time that you lost for your rose which makes your rose so important.” Saint-Exupéry

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