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Druillet serigraph : Salammbô Erotique 5


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Philippe Druillet serigraph : Salammbô Erotique 5
Screen printing made with about ten color passes
Year : 2010
Issue : 350 copies
Support : heavyweight Art paper chromomat 250g/m²

Dimensions : 29,6 x 42 cm


In 2009, Philippe Druillet reconnected with the character of Salammbô that he staged from 1978 in a famous trilogy, to paint 42 portraits, equally flamboyant, baroque, and erotic.
Exhibited at the Pascal Gabert gallery in Paris in 2010, these paintings were screen printed for a portfolio edited in 350 copies, now unavailable.
This screen print is one of the plates, number 5.

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At the end of the 1970s, Philippe Druillet produced, in three volumes, the adaptation of Flaubert's novel: Salammbô. On the revolt of the former mercenaries of Carthage, Druillet attaches his baroque and flamboyant universe, so that this Salammbö is as much his as that of Flaubert! The trilogy will meet with both critical acclaim and public approval. In 2009, he reunited with Salammbô, the woman-goddess for 42 portraits ranging from power to eroticism, from the sensual (science fiction) to the lyricism he is accustomed to! Enter the world of Philippe Druillet and discover our vast selection of art posters and serigraphs, taken from his "Salammbô" series. Articles carefully chosen and selected for you from our editors.

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