sell art | log in | register

Edwin IJpeij

ArtistNetherlands

  • Fata Morgana artwork by Edwin IJpeij - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Fata Morgana artwork by Edwin IJpeij
  • Fata Morgana artwork by Edwin IJpeij - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Fata Morgana artwork by Edwin IJpeij - art listed for sale on Artplode

About Artist:

In his work, paintings and photographs of theatrical scenes,  Edwin’s muses play an act of power, seduction and temptation. All acts together form a play where Edwin reveals stories.

Like everyone is unique, all Edwin's paintings are unique. This means that all paintings are unique pieces of art. Edwin's photographs are available in very small limited editions of maximally 3-5 pieces. All Edwin's artworks have a certificate of authenticity and originality. Moreover, all Edwin's paintings are signed secretly which can be traced by an expert only.

Edwin uses the same technique as that of the old masters. An aesthetic and functional choice, because most contemporary artworks have to be restored within a few decades. But with the ingredients gelatin, chalk, egg yolk, traditional pigments, linseed and safflower oil, he creates paintings that survive centuries. It is not for nothing that the technique of the old masters has already proven itself in countless famous works of art. Edwin makes, by the way, the required paint and varnish all by himself, because besides artist he is also an 'art chemist'.

About Artwork:

By this photograph I was inspired by the sensuality and shapes of my muse as well as the beauty of the castle where this photograph was taken.

Temptative she is laying in her canopy bed. A true femme fatale, she is playing her game of seduction, hidden behind her mask, knowing that she is in full control.

The photograph is printed by hand according to the so-called palladiotype technique. This extremely delicate technique mastered by only a few artists worldwide assures an excellent durability of many centuries as the black and white tones are created with the noble metal palladium. As the chemicals are measured, mixed and applied manually, every print is different and hence unique.

Edwin IJpeij

Fata Morgana

  • 2022
  • 19 x 13 cm
  • Fine Art Category: photography
  • Published: 2022
  • Origin: Netherlands
  • Certificate of Authenticity: yes
  • Issued by: Edwin IJpeij Exclusive Art
  • Signed: Signed lower right
  • No / Edition: 1/3
  • Comments:

    Condition: new. Exhibited in Espace Art Gallery, Brussels. Ships worldwide, contact the artit for the shipping costs. Custom made frame is optional (supplement €195).r 

    Check out my other photography and paintings for sale on Artplode

     

  • Visit Website
  • Price: €1,000.00 EUR
  • Seller: Edwin IJpeij, Netherlands

Contact Seller...

  • Artplode ID: 6791
  • Artplode Seller ID: 7505

About Artist:

In his work, paintings and photographs of theatrical scenes,  Edwin’s muses play an act of power, seduction and temptation. All acts together form a play where Edwin reveals stories.

Like everyone is unique, all Edwin's paintings are unique. This means that all paintings are unique pieces of art. Edwin's photographs are available in very small limited editions of maximally 3-5 pieces. All Edwin's artworks have a certificate of authenticity and originality. Moreover, all Edwin's paintings are signed secretly which can be traced by an expert only.

Edwin uses the same technique as that of the old masters. An aesthetic and functional choice, because most contemporary artworks have to be restored within a few decades. But with the ingredients gelatin, chalk, egg yolk, traditional pigments, linseed and safflower oil, he creates paintings that survive centuries. It is not for nothing that the technique of the old masters has already proven itself in countless famous works of art. Edwin makes, by the way, the required paint and varnish all by himself, because besides artist he is also an 'art chemist'.

About Artwork:

By this photograph I was inspired by the sensuality and shapes of my muse as well as the beauty of the castle where this photograph was taken.

Temptative she is laying in her canopy bed. A true femme fatale, she is playing her game of seduction, hidden behind her mask, knowing that she is in full control.

The photograph is printed by hand according to the so-called palladiotype technique. This extremely delicate technique mastered by only a few artists worldwide assures an excellent durability of many centuries as the black and white tones are created with the noble metal palladium. As the chemicals are measured, mixed and applied manually, every print is different and hence unique.







affiliates

Why not advertise your business on Artplode?

Browse Art.

  • - Fine Art Category
  • - Origin Of Art
  • - Subject
  • - Style
  • - Location Of Seller
  • - Price
  • - Size
  • - Date Of Creation
  • Browse Art By Seller