A Japanese beach

Vincent De Grandi | Undated
Oil on canvas | 26.5 x 34.5 cm
Period 1969-1984 : The beauty of the
imaginary world | Landscape | Characters
Inventory VDG-8 | Private
collection Photo L'Atelier De Grandi


Artistic features


Woman dressed in a kind of "Kimono 1900" on a deserted beach, strewn with small decorative plants


Foreground, vertical figure and horizontal background


Oil on canvas

"The technique [of oil painting] remains traditional, smooth and fine, with a great suppleness of touch [more suggestive than descriptive], a delicate refinement of matter."
Georges Peillex, Exhibition catalogue p. 46



1969-1984: The beauty of the world

With the independence acquired for their children, Italo and Vincent also find their own: they leave graphic arts and silkscreen printing, and blossom in plastic creation. Vincent expresses his imagination mainly through oil painting and drawing, exclusively in his studio: to look at Vincent's painting is to discover a totally original touch and palette, in the service of unexpected compositions, in a very Lemanic tone.

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A Japanese beach