RAYED VASE - Léa Maupetit

Limited edition print signed by the artist.

Format 29,7 x 42 ( A3) . Digital printing on OldMill 300g paper

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"I develop large colour plates, some of which are made up of pure colours from the tubes and some of which are combinations of colours, this allows me to both see how the colours work together, check how the colours will come out when printed, and also in a way to archive them."

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Léa Maupetit

Léa Maupetit is a young illustrator who lives and works in Paris.

In gouache and acrylic she creates a colourful, joyful and humorous universe where dogs, doves and elephants with glasses smile at life. The café terraces and markets resound with the echoes of precious moments and the sun shines on nature and its fruits...

Léa exhibited at Artazart, 'A Colourful Spring' in 2018.