JOHN

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JESSY, 2005
Huile sur toile, 250 x 200 cm

Paris, collection privée

With Philippe Pasqua, there is no difference between a portrait and a picture featuring an animal – in this case, one of the dogs that share his everyday life. The canvases are huge and of a startling beauty: a peaceful, calm, abandoned animal. A pose? No, a presence offered and a complex game where the animal becomes humanised and appears like an indolent Venus or a very modern and intriguing Olympia.

PURDEY

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PURDEY, 2009
Huile sur toile, 200 x 400 cm

Paris, collection privée

With Philippe Pasqua, there is no difference between a portrait and a picture featuring an animal – in this case, one of the dogs that share his everyday life. The canvases are huge and of a startling beauty: a peaceful, calm, abandoned animal. A pose? No, a presence offered and a complex game where the animal becomes humanised and appears like an indolent Venus or a very modern and intriguing Olympia.

With Philippe Pasqua, there is no difference between a portrait and a picture featuring an animal – in this case, one of the dogs that share his everyday life. The canvases are huge and of a startling beauty: a peaceful, calm, abandoned animal. A pose? No, a presence offered and a complex game where the animal becomes humanised and appears like an indolent Venus or a very modern and intriguing Olympia.