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André Lundquist

Artworks 

“André Lundquist was born in 1972 in Copenhagen, where he received his initial training. His graphic studies have clearly left their mark on his technique and explain his penchant for creating tensions between the characters which he paints and the surface of the canvas on which they are painted. For those who decide to enter the world of his paintings, Lundquist promises a great deal of emotions. His figurative painting is sensual and timeless. Grace, lightness, peace are other words to describe the painting of André Lundquist. There is in his works a silent poetry that allows the viewer to enter each of them calmly, without fear. This is a real tour de force, because for the most of them, the women portrayed and sketched, whom he gives life to on the canvas, are presented and revealed in their intimacy. They are sitting, standing, lying, kneeling… And yet, the painter’s gesture never exudes any kind of voyeurism.“ − Lawrence Ebelle

 

Softcover  I  17 x 24 cm  I  200 pages  I  Danish, English, French

André Lundquist

Artworks 

350,00 DKK

Available on backorder

“André Lundquist was born in 1972 in Copenhagen, where he received his initial training. His graphic studies have clearly left their mark on his technique and explain his penchant for creating tensions between the characters which he paints and the surface of the canvas on which they are painted. For those who decide to enter the world of his paintings, Lundquist promises a great deal of emotions. His figurative painting is sensual and timeless. Grace, lightness, peace are other words to describe the painting of André Lundquist. There is in his works a silent poetry that allows the viewer to enter each of them calmly, without fear. This is a real tour de force, because for the most of them, the women portrayed and sketched, whom he gives life to on the canvas, are presented and revealed in their intimacy. They are sitting, standing, lying, kneeling… And yet, the painter’s gesture never exudes any kind of voyeurism.“ − Lawrence Ebelle

 

Softcover  I  17 x 24 cm  I  200 pages  I  Danish, English, French