Jean-Claude Cubaynes:
Painting ‘The Month of May in Giverny’

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Jean-Claude Cubaynes:
Painting ‘The Month of May in Giverny’

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ars mundi exclusive edition | Limited, 199 copies | Signed | Reproduction on canvas | Wooden strip | Model frame | Format 54 x 54 cm

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Jean-Claude Cubaynes: Painting ‘The Month of May in Giverny’

The painting as the brilliant authentic reproduction with the help of the fine art Luvrée method, copied directly to the real canvas of 100% cotton and stretched on a wooden strip. Elegant solid wood model frame. Limited and signed edition of 199 copies. Format with the frame 54 x 54 cm. ars mundi exclusive edition.

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Jean-Claude Cubaynes*1944, French painter

It is evident that Jean-Claude Cubaynes' art is inspired by the great works of the impressionists, especially by Monet, whom he paid respect with his painting "The Garden of Giverny". He shares with you the exact eye for the color and light play of natural phenomena, a very precise, powered by great knowledge of visual effects painting style and - certainly not least - the great love of gardening and landscape paintings.

Cubaynes, born in 1944, was already studying as a 15-year-old at the School of Applied Arts in Paris. Since 1966 he is working as a freelance artist, and since 1970 his works have been presented in numerous national and international solo exhibitions.

No wonder that Cubaynes finds his audience worldwide. He knows how to capture the charm of a sprawling garden, the atmosphere of a flowering meadow with the greatest subtlety and clarity; in his works he does convey the paradise that these locations own and this is exactly what the Impressionists strive for as well. Cubaynes pictures have a direct effect: you believe with all your senses that you are transferred to his landscapes.

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