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Vincent BardouRainbow wolf

Emerging artist
Best seller
Sculpture
One of a kind work
26 W x 20 H cm
$383
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Technique
Resin Sculpture
Type
One of a kind work
Dimensions
26 W x 20 H cm
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Sold with a certificate of authenticity

This wolf sculpture is an original hand-painted work by Vincent Bardou.

Dimensions: 26 x 20 x 9 cm.

Technique: Acrylic paint and spray can on canvas.

Material : Resin.

Finish : Two layers of acrylic varnish to protect the work.

Sculpture signed. The work is delivered with a certificate of authenticity.

Vincent Bardou
France
Emerging artist
Best seller
  • KAZoART artist since 2017
  • 167 works sold
  • 255 works

Through his paintings, artist Vincent Bardou presents us with a vision of his own world. With a unique and audacious style that can be constituted as a mix of Pop Art and Street Art, he paitns subjects such as Che Gevara, Darth Vador, Pablo Picasso, Nelson Mandela and Mickey, each with its own message waiting to be received by the viewer. These messages usually concern a current event or situation or are a tribute to an individual.

Portraits that convey a message

Vincent Bardou began drawing at the age of six. From the beginning, he was influenced by the urban environment and its expression. This inspiration led him to perfect his graffiti techniques over the years. After a short career as a designer, he decided to devote his life to painting at the age of twenty five.

Whether it be portraits of individuals in pop culture or great icons, Bardou always treats his subjects with passion and curiosity.

Only one step from the walls to the canvas

Vincent Bardou’s technique is just as unique as his art: he depicts characters or animals through the use of a stencil, or certain collages that can be seen on city walls, thus making art pass from the street to the canvas. He adds his ultra-coloured touch through the use of spray paint, which creates a striking contrast for the eye. His subjects then appear “glued” to the background.

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