Abstract Fine Art Print Signed & Numbered by artist “Up Or Down”
Like a path to infinity that never seems to end, Amaury Dubois takes you into his world of light and colour through this multicoloured abstract painting. The whole is inspired by a photo of a staircase overhung with stained glass windows, taken in such a way that the person looking at it wants to go up as much as down. In the end, it’s a bit like life: you always have a choice, you can be guided by the light or choose to go up or down, with only your instincts to guide you. Amaury Dubois chose to make the whole thing more abstract to break the realism of the stairwell, to suggest the idea of light, of a vertical line that goes up or down.
The art reproduction of this abstract and colourful painting is available as a numbered art poster, limited and signed by the artist in his studio.
High Quality Fine Art Print
The reproductions are edited on Hahnemühle art paper. This museum quality paper offering a finely textured surface to perfectly retranscribe the colors and depth of the work, just like the original painting.
After signature, numbering and the application of a security watermark attesting to the uniqueness and authenticity of your art print, it is delicately rolled by hand in silk paper, then inserted in a rigid tube ensuring its protection until its arrival in your hands. We also offer you to receive your order directly ready to hang by managing the framing for you.
- The Fine Art Print is numbered and signed by hand by the artist in his studio.
- Your limited edition artwork is transmitted to you with its certificate of authenticity
About the Artist
Amaury Dubois Born in 1980 and originally from Lille in the North of France. The artist draws his inspiration from the world around us. With his so particular style, which he has named “Courbisme” and his exacerbated vision of reality, Amaury Dubois creates colourful contemporary artworks, rich in life and emotion. World-renowned, he has also carried out numerous large-scale projects, such as the largest contemporary fresco ever created in a church in France at Châtelaillon-Plage, the creation of custom-made frescoes for the Pierre-Mauroy Stadium in Lille and the use of one of his paintings for a McDonald’s advertising campaign.