Pascal Marlin’s Paintings Are Inspired By Francis Bacon, Pop Art And The Impressionists

| Art and design | December 14, 2012

Pascal Marlin Paintings Inspired By Francis Bacon

Pascal Marlin‘s paintings and collages are obviously inspired by Francis Bacons paintings; deformed, tortured portraits on a background marked out by simple geometric lines however his style is drawn from a contemporary pop aesthetic with its loud garish colours and found images as well as classic still life’s in the manner of the impressionists.

They’re beautiful compositions, even if they are a little disturbing, and I’d like to know more about Marlin but unfortunately I can find out very little about him other than he’s French and based in Paris.

 

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Pascal Marlin’s Paintings Are Inspired By Francis Bacon, Pop Art And The Impressionists was last modified: March 28th, 2014 by moray mair

     

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