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d'ART ID#: 83454
Length: 28.00 in (71.12 cm)
Height: 23.00 in (58.42 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
Media Types:
Giclee , Paper
Style & Subject:
Abstract , African , Figurative
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Denis Jully
Checkmate
Denis Jully
Limited Edition Prints - US $475.00

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"Checkmate" by Denis Jully
Limited Edition Giclee on Paper
Hand Signed & Numbered
Edition Size - 125
Paper Size 19 x 24
Image Size 23 x 28


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"The game of chess is a metaphor for life. Every move impacts every other move. Nothing in this painting can be changed unless everything els is changed."

DENIS JULLY
Denis Jully was born in Mulhouse (Strasbourg, France), the cradle of the Alsatian textile industry. He has sound training as a fabrics maker. After founding the government factories of the Shah of Iran, the former fabric ennobler has transferred to his paintings all the details of this craft, such as the color hues and degradation, the tension created by spaces on canvas, typical of printed fabrics.

Jully’s works reveal a personal spirit characteristic of the Rhine school (neo-romantic and mystic). His canvases are permeated by the feeling of Nature, an allegorical nature where the mountain streams and vegetation are just archetypes. He defines his work as “allusive imagining,” often finding inspiration in his many trips and the years he lived in Africa or Iran. Persian miniatures, rug samples, the ochre and red colors of the African soil, pieces of wood with history-all these elements are woven and combined in his paintings.


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