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Stéphane Erouane Dumas

Wintertime, 2017


Oil on canvas

Size: 40 x 40 cm 

Signed right bottom


Starting price: 1’300 CHF

List price: 2’600 CHF


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About the artists:


Occupying the border territories of landscape painting and abstraction, done in tones that evoke boreal winters, Stéphane Erouane Dumas engages in a meticulous work of composition, and plays along various lines: the verticality of trees, the earth’s horizons, the symmetry of reflections, sometimes unsettled by the quaking of branches or a soft rain of lichens drawn with the touch of a brush. The nearly hypnotic multiplication of motifs draws us into the artist’s playful universe, frozen in the icy air and yet radiating life.


Stéphane Erouane Dumas was born in Boulogne Billancourt (FR) on 12 April 1958 and divides his time between Paris and Varengeville-sur-mer in Normandy. He was trained first at the Academy Julian, followed by the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris where he earned his degree in 1984. His work can be found in several collections (Fondation Coprim, Maison Henry IV, Fondation Colas) and he has also illustrated a number of books for the publisher Fata Morgana. In 2012, he created a monumental project entitled “Cliffs” for the Verrière-Hermès Gallery in Brussels; this 44-meter-long and 3.8-meter-wide polyptych was completed in oil on paper. The enormous work was then exhibited in 2014 at the Galerie du Fenil at the Chaumont-sur-Loire Estate. In 2014, the publisher Area published a monograph of his work. Erouane Dumas is also regularly invited to present his work in Europe for private exhibitions and art fairs in Luxembourg, Belgium, and France.


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