Rouge corail vertige Philippe Huart

  • Dimensions : 15 × 15 cm
  • Year : 2020
  • Medium : Oil
  • Editions : Unique work
  • Signature : Signed and dated by artist Signed P.H.
  • Mouvement : Hyperrealism Pop art
  • Ton : Colorful

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Philippe Huart was born in 1953 in Clamart (France). After studying at the Superior School of Modern Arts in Paris, he became an illustrator and graphic designer for literary and phonographic editions. In 1991 he decided to devote himself to painting and then participated in numerous exhibitions, individual or collective in France and abroad. He was inspired by the effects of advertising, marketing and consumption. His painting is based on the concept of “objective reality”. Pictorial perception is above all “visual”. It is linked to forms and rhythms. The works of Philippe Huart are not only everyday objects but a “symbol”. These symbols, trivialized by their accumulation and frequency within our environment, of which only the juxtaposition and the superposition of their enlarged fragments would allow us to perceive them from a new angle, both surprising and familiar.


Gold Vertige is an oil painting on a round canvas. It measures 150cm in diameter. This canvas is then part of a series of vertigo paintings. This series goes around the subject of liquid. Philippe Huart questioned himself on the representation of fluids. Thus how to transcribe feelings by the bias of the liquid. The question could not simply revolve around water. Huart drew inspiration from real photos to recreate unique paintings more true than life. Passing through Blue, Green, White, Red and Gold, Philippe Huart does not hesitate to vary the shapes and colours. We then experience deep sensations facing the blood red and deep blue of the sea. On the other hand, white, light gold means softer and comforting colours.


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