Cézanne's uncle

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My own interpretation of pixel art was inspired by Cézanne, for his pioneering research into the essence of form that anticipated/inspired modernism.

As in my transmutations series, also in my pixel art I make use of just one picture. The difference is that the picture is repeated thousands of times, with … (read more)

My own interpretation of pixel art was inspired by Cézanne, for his pioneering research into the essence of form that anticipated/inspired modernism.

As in my transmutations series, also in my pixel art I make use of just one picture. The difference is that the picture is repeated thousands of times, with hundreds of variations/glitches, and spread upon its most essential pixel form where lines are gaps, dark holes.

This is based on a portrait Cézanne made of his uncle Dominique in 1866 and is the last of 3 artworks through which I homage the French master.

To better appreciate the details of this 4K image watch this video: https://youtu.be/qBKpay6yj9w


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  • 4096 x 4096 px, JPEG (4.4 MB)
  • This is a signed and limited edition digital creation.
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George Boya
2020/06/20

Really cool series:)

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