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Louis de Niverville

Apr 10, 2004 – Apr 29, 2004

Louis de Niverville's paintings stand between reality and fiction. His art reaches another plateau - a colourful, imaginative world of fantasy created with an elaborate, highly technical collage treatment. Yet he maintains simplicity throughout. This artist is able to bring out the child in the most hardened adult. However, even the very seasoned collector will remain in awe of his meticulous technique where precision and fantasy are so intertwined that they become a single expression.
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Autumn #2
40 in x 32 in
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Autumn #4
24 in x 40 in
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Autumn #5
36 in x 32 in
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Comfort Chaos
32 in x 28 in
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Continental
36 in x 40 in
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Dancing Ladies #2
20 in x 24 in
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De ja vu
80 in x 36 in
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Edwina
24 in x 20 in
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Fido's Dilemma
36 in x 40 in
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Le Minou de Marie Antoinette
32 in x 40 in
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Les Dames au bain
40 in x 36 in
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Marie Antoinette a la Rose
40 in x 36 in
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Oriental
36 in x 40 in
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Saturday Night Special
32 in x 28 in
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The Essential Alice
40 in x 48 in
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The Tower of Babel
80 in x 36 in
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The Visitor
36 in x 40 in
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Van Dyke's Baby
30 in x 40 in
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Louis de Niverville

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