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Bernard Dunaux, Doreen

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Bernard Dunaux, Doreen

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Artist:

Bernard Dunaux

Size:

paper size, 16" x 20"; frame size, 20" x 24"

Materials:

print on 300-gsm fine-art paper

Frame details:

glass/wood

Frame finish:

white

Available Sizes:
20" x 24"
28" x 40"

Why We Love This

This abstract work has an elegant formal composition, with seemingly continuous black lines forming elliptical shapes in green, red, yellow, and blue. Presented in a white wood frame.

Why We Love This

This abstract work has an elegant formal composition, with seemingly continuous black lines forming elliptical shapes in green, red, yellow, and blue. Presented in a white wood frame.

About the Brand

Australian-born artist Bernard Dunaux finds endless inspiration in memories of childhood travels. After living with his family in Tahiti, France, the Virgin Islands, and North and South Africa, Dunaux studied art in Paris before settling in the United States in 1981. From his Los Angeles studio, Dunaux has developed a visually harmonious and intuitive style, applying energetic brushstrokes against fields of soft color and using bright colors to highlight negative spaces. His work is regularly exhibited at galleries throughout Los Angeles and, most recently, was showcased in the 2012 Los Angeles Art Show.