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Laurens Legiers

Laurens Legiers is a Belgian painter born in Antwerp in 1994. He draws inspiration from late 18th century European images and atmosphere to create his own library of tributes to the everyday snapshots of beauty and harmony. Legiers focuses on the motif as a whole, rather than on details and separate features, which creates a soft and almost graphic appearance in his paintings. He uses his subjects to construct captivating and perplexing visuals, which carry a clean and notable sense of volume.

Legiers employs a unique approach to light and shadow play on the surface of his paintings, which further enhances the visual appeal of his works. His style is often described as a reinvention of some of the signature tropes of late 18th century Europe, with a contemporary twist. Overall, Legiers' paintings are captivating and evoke a sense of beauty, harmony, and romanticism, while also incorporating modern techniques and aesthetics.

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  • Years:

    Born in 1994

  • Country:

    Belgium, Antwerp

  • Gallery:

    Vacancy