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Rococo irl

Posted in art by Possum of Possum's blogg on October 17, 2010



Another of those quite rare irl works – this one from a year ago, and like so much of this blog;  inspired by Watteau.

Materials: Pastell and Flache colour on Oilpainting-paper on canvas with fragmented frame  of painted cardboard.


The death of Watteau at Cythera

Posted in art by Possum of Possum's blogg on September 27, 2010

An image recently completed for Sprezzatura, a paraphrase of Antoine Watteaus “L’embarquement pour Cythere”.

Hôpital Watteau

Posted in architecture, art by Possum of Possum's blogg on October 6, 2009

The first image i recently made as a commission for coming web- magazine Sprezzatura, made by two boys who found me through this very blog (you can see their comments on earlier posts). The image will be published in full size by sprezzatura later (probabely in quite a long time). If you like the image and would really like to be notified if it becomes available as a print ( there’s been talk of it) just mail me at and i’ll save your adress and notify you.

The next image commissioned by sprezzatura can be seen here soon, probabely this week.




The images have been made according to themes construed by me and the commisioners together, the theme of this one is a commentary on what a hospital designed by the french early eighteenth century artist Antoine Watteau might look like. As you can see, my interpretation of the theme is not very literal but rather symbolic, for more on that you’ll have to read their publication.