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Mester Ludi Print

Pearse Gilmore

France

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inspired by Hermann Hesse's the Glass Bead Game and the institution in the mountains where the game was played by the elite, lots of multilayered fluid colors, textures and layers are combined and redrawn over in pencil and indian ink. One of a kind original unique high quality oil painting. Made Using the Finest old holland oil paints for lasting color combined with natural pigments wax oil pastel and mixed media elements. Pearse Gilmore’s multidisciplinary artworks combine real world experiences of living in different countries and extensive travel to inform the search for nuggets of beauty in the chaos of Modernity. His distinct style of applying paint has evolved over a 30 year period of ongoing experimentation with paints, pigments and media. His stated aim is "to make something in a way that gives pleasure through beauty" ....

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Print:Giclee on Canvas

Size:21 W x 14 H x 1.25 D in

Size with Frame:22.75 W x 15.75 H x 1.25 D in

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Irish-born (1966) Pearse Gilmore has been creating seminal works across Europe for over 35 years. Insisting on chance and accident to access a realm beyond the seen, his work has been compared to the sublime colorist Pierre Bonnard, Albert Oehlen and Gerhard Richter...........%%%%%%%%%%%........ "all is claimed all is marked my private property. nowhere can we roam free..... -------------------------------------------------------------------Pearse Gilmore was born in Dublin in 1966, he studied art in Limerick and went on to have a successful career as a recording engineer music producer. Founded the independent record label XericRecords and Murgatroid, Managing for a time the Limerick Group The Cranberries. He left Ireland in 1998, the ever-wandering artist, watching, living, and creating. He has shown a number of times in Ireland, Barcelona, Budapest, and London. living in London, Barcelona (9 years), Budapest, Los Angelus, and for the last 8 years in the south of France. In early 2020 he purchased a rambling village house maisondesarts.net in the heart of France 2 hours from Paris where his permanent Studio Gallery is now based. --- Influences HESSE, JOYCE, DEGAS, MANET, VELASQUEZ, GOYA, GABRIEL GARCIA MARQUEZ, PHILIP K DICK ------------- His work is found in collections in Barcelona, London, Paris, New York, Dublin, Ireland, USA, UK, Canada, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Italy, China, and Hungary. Solo Expositions 2010 Multiplicity and the search for infinity. Georgian House and Gardens Limerick, Ireland.''''''''''''''''''''' 2006 TOO MUCH NOW Liszt Ferenc Ter BUDAPEST, Hungary.''''''''''''''''''''''''''' 2003 Reflections on the abyss Mercaders TALLERSOBERT BARCELONA, Spain.'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''

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