Cicada Head Etching

By Michael Cailloux

₹39,100.00
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When we achieve our goal, we believe we have taken the right road. - Mauvaises Pensees et Autres (1942), Paul Valery. Etching created by the sculpting of copper plate with fret saw, etching needle, acid bath and aquatint.

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Product Specifications

Dimensions

Width 27.99 cm (11.02")
Height 39.97 cm (15.74")

Product material

White Hahnemühle Paper /Relief Print, Copper Plate

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Care & Instructions:

  • Limited Edition - Made in France
  • This unique artwork has been hand painted by skilled artists. Hence, it may contain slight imperfections which are the hallmarks of handmade creations.
  • Images might vary slightly from actual product in terms of colour and form due to diverse screen resolutions and device settings.

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The Maker

Michael Cailloux

Born in Paris in 1975, Michaël Cailloux has been passionate about drawing since childhood. Having graduated from the renowned École Duperré School of Design in Paris in 1998, Cailloux launched his company “Atelier LZC” in order to produce his own collections in 1999, displayed at the biannual Maison et Objet event in Paris. The artist also crafts commission pieces for prestigious brands such as Baccarat, Cartier, Habitat, Van Cleef & Arpels or S.T. Dupont. The fly, a symbol of both life and death with reference to still life paintings of the 18th century, is his trademark signature, which keeps making appearance in all his works.

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