Original painting. Canvas painted only with fingers. Lucie Schrimpf painted the portrait of the wolf Remus.Artist : Lucie SchrimpfName: RemusTechnique: Oil on canvasSizes : 80x80 cm / 31.5x31.5 inDate : 2018
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- Ready to hang
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Who sell these artworks ?
Artworks are directly sold by the artist Lucie Schrimpf.
Does the artist really paint with her fingers ?
Yes, Lucie Schrimpf's canvas are only painted with fingers, from the first underpainting layers to the final painting.
What is finger painting ?
Finger painting is a new impressionnist technique that Lucie Schrimpf uses in her studio. This style changed completely her vision and art direction. The painting is pure, directly painted from the tube such as Van Gogh. Most of color mixings are done on the canvas.
Lucie Schrimpf finger paintings celebrates mostly nature, human and beauty. Most of the paintings are allegoric and express the artist's emotions.
What happens if I want to return the painting ?
The buyers can return the painting within 14 days in the original canvas packing. The buyer supports return shipping fees.
What is Lucie Schrimpf artistic journey ?
Lucie Schrimpf has been a creative since she could talk. As her mother was an artist too, she taught her to paint her first china plate at 7. Then she developed her imagination through calligraphy, origami, drawing and above all painting. As an adult, she created illustrations for children and has been dreaming to become a full-time artist.
She realized at a point she blossoms when creating unique pieces with oils. Her paintings are vibrants and has an neo-impressionistic style thanks to her finger painting technique. She paints recently with her fingers only, without any brushes. Lucie’s inspiration comes from nature, literature, that she likes to mix with a touch of fantasy.
She lives in France, near Paris and paints every day.