What's VANITY versus DEATH ? Painting by OTT Xavier
What's VANITY versus DEATH ? Painting by OTT Xavier
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Characteristics of the Painting “What's VANITY versus DEATH ?”

Year of creation2017
Dimensions81 W × 116 H × 2.4 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Stylepop art
Materialsoil, canvas

Description of the Artwork “What's VANITY versus DEATH ?”

Vanity is a subject of work that every artist has worked on one day. I questioned the different aspects of vanity. What happens to the vain man when he dies? What are his attitudes towards death? Will he be vain in front of her? The whole painting was made in oil, it is strong in paste. It is the abstract background, which makes me imagine the scene. You can notice that the skull is both what it is, but that it is also made with certain characters. In the same way, others are multiple in themselves. All of them dive in a certain way and emerge in a different way from this experience that will one day give us all the opportunity to live. It is precisely his coming that pushes us to live intensely each moment that is offered to us.

What's VANITY versus DEATH ?

OTT XavierFrance
Original artwork, 81×116 cm, 2017
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About the artist
OTT Xavier

OTT Xavier, France

My paintings symbolize creative thinking patterns. I give visuals to listen to. "Who speaks, who hears, who listens?" I think that observing and giving these imaginary characters a regular voice will stimulate your creative thinking. It is your thoughts that these characters will express. That's why my characters are full of emotions. Often some even change their expressions according to the points of view from which they are viewed. They allow us to change our point of view and to make our reflections evolve. For a long time, I first painted the coming of information in an abstract way. An accident at the workshop cut me off from the use of my hand for two years. It was during my re-education that I decided to overcome the handicap and to arrived to paint my characters as I had always drawn them. Since then, I have been designing progressive installations-painting: compositions (see Instagram @ottxavier).

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