Mathilde Oscar

Mathilde Oscar

Emerging artist Emerging artist

Mougins (06), France
12 works

Mathilde Oscar was born in Paris in 1980, she lives and works in Cannes.

Photography was not an obvious thing for her at first, her first medium was painting, which she had been practicing for years. When she discovered photography in 2013, it was to transpose her pictorial ideas, strongly inspired by the old masters of painting, romanticism and neo-classicism. This is how we find in her works that light and that particular atmosphere that make her photographs true paintings. The making of sets, costumes and props is often added to his creative process, but sometimes some of his inspirations can emerge from a digitally created world. She thus develops a unique visual art blending the codes of classical painting with photography and digital manipulation.

Very often anachronistic and offbeat, Mathilde Oscar's portraits seem lost in an unknown space and time, with multiple references to the history of Art. Her universe is then romantic and sometimes tinged with surrealism, where her characters, often feminine, proudly pose as charismatic Amazons.

DEUG in Art History and Archaeology

BTS multimedia graphics

2015: Grasse Convention Centre

2018-2019: Mekanova, Cannes Arte suite, Netherlands

Mathilde Oscar's artwork

Apiculas
Apiculas
$820
Digital photography (60 x 90 cm)
Sphingidae
Sphingidae
$1,055
Digital photography (120 x 80 cm)
Formica
Formica
$586
Digital photography (40 x 60 cm)
Cafarnaüm
Cafarnaüm
$820
Digital photography (90 x 60 cm)
Muscas
Muscas
$820
Digital photography (60 x 90 cm)
Le cul blanc
Le cul blanc
$2,578
Digital photography (150 x 100 cm)
La fessée
La fessée
$2,578
Digital photography (150 x 100 cm)
L'odalisque masquée
L'odalisque masquée
$2,578
Digital photography (150 x 100 cm)
Avem
Avem
$2,578
Digital photography (100 x 150 cm)
Fortuna
Fortuna
$2,578
Digital photography (100 x 150 cm)
Les deux eve
Les deux eve
$2,578
Digital photography (103 x 153 cm)
Les deux vénus
Les deux vénus
$2,578
Digital photography (100 x 150 cm)

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