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Constantin RoucaultSwitzerland
Original artwork, 100×80 cm, 2012
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Characteristics of the Painting “Chicago”

Year of creation2012
Dimensions100 W × 80 H × 0.2 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Materialsoil, canvas
Type of packagingart tube

Description of the Artwork “Chicago”

In 'Chicago,' Constantin Roucault takes us on an extraordinary journey above the city's bustling streets, presenting a view that is both abstract and deeply emotional. The high vantage point reveals a cityscape populated with iconic skyscrapers, among which the enigmatic split face of a woman and a piercing eye stand prominently, weaving a tapestry of mystery and engagement. This composition not only captures the architectural grandeur of Chicago but also imbues it with a sense of living, breathing art. The interplay between the structural elements and the abstract features invites viewers to explore the narrative depth and emotional resonance inherent in urban landscapes, challenging them to see beyond the concrete to the stories and souls that animate it.

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About the artist
Constantin Roucault

Constantin Roucault, Switzerland

Constantin Roucault, a contemporary Swiss artist who draws inspiration from the cubist representation of urban and industrial subjects found in the works of American painters Charles Sheeler, Charles Demuth, and, to some extent, Edward Hopper. This early influence propelled him towards embracing the artistic style. The city and nature, in their myriad forms, have remained enduring sources of inspiration for Constantin throughout his artistic journey. His artworks navigate the intersection of figurative and graphic styles, oscillating between abstraction and realism. Central to his creative process is the use of oil paint, a fundamental medium that brings his visions to life. In certain instances, Constantin incorporates diverse media and techniques, including acrylic, ink, charcoal, collage, and screen printing, to enhance the expressive depth of his creations. This versatile approach allows him to explore and push the boundaries of artistic representation, creating a body of work that resonates with both abstraction and the tangible reality of the subjects he portrays.

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