“Andromède”

“Andromède”, 2021. Metallic and iridescent acrylic on cardboard (the cardboard has been painted on both sides to protect it from humidity and external aggressions), 43 x 87 cm. Unframed and signed lower right and behind.

Colours: Iridescent bluish violet on an iridescent yellow-green background and white lines.

“ANDROMEDA”, means “sovereign of men”. Constellation and figure of Greek mythology, she is an Ethiopian princess. Daughter of King Céphée, she is a victim of her mother’s pride 🤶 Cassiopée. Exposed naked on a rock to be devoured by a sea monster, she is narrowly saved by Perseus, whose wife she will become.

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“Andromède”, 2021. Metallic and iridescent acrylic on cardboard (the cardboard has been painted on both sides to protect it from humidity and external aggressions), 43 x 87 cm. Unframed and signed lower right and behind.