Photograph of Artist YVES BEAUMONT
YVES BEAUMONT
Oostende, - Belgium



Original Artworks (8)

Yves Beaumont; Waterlines, 2008, Original Painting Oil, 50 x 40 cm.
Yves Beaumont
Original Oil Painting, 2008
50 x 40 cm (19.7 x 15.7 inches)
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Yves Beaumont; La Nit Eterna, 2007, Original Painting Oil, 90 x 100 cm.
Yves Beaumont
Original Oil Painting, 2007
90 x 100 cm (35.4 x 39.4 inches)
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Yves Beaumont; Waterlines, 2008, Original Painting Oil, 90 x 100 cm.
Yves Beaumont
Original Oil Painting, 2008
90 x 100 cm (35.4 x 39.4 inches)
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Yves Beaumont; Tree, 2007, Original Painting Acrylic, 50 x 70 cm.
Yves Beaumont
Original Acrylic Painting, 2007
50 x 70 cm (19.7 x 27.6 inches)
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Yves Beaumont; Fading Tree, 2007, Original Painting Acrylic, 55 x 75 cm.
Yves Beaumont
Original Acrylic Painting, 2007
55 x 75 cm (21.7 x 29.5 inches)
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Yves Beaumont; Mistletoe, 2007, Original Painting Oil, 60 x 70 cm.
Yves Beaumont
Original Oil Painting, 2007
60 x 70 cm (23.6 x 27.6 inches)
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Yves Beaumont; Waterlines, 2007, Original Painting Oil, 60 x 70 cm.
Yves Beaumont
Original Oil Painting, 2007
60 x 70 cm (23.6 x 27.6 inches)
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Yves Beaumont; Waterlines, 2007, Original Painting Oil, 100 x 120 cm.
Yves Beaumont
Original Oil Painting, 2007
100 x 120 cm (39.4 x 47.2 inches)
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Artist Statement


Yves Beaumont still finds the ‘inspiration’ for his oeuvre in landscapes. He thoughtfully explores the relations between reality and imagination, between what is represented and the image that takes form on the carrier. The recognisability remains present to a greater or lesser degree, but the sketched or painted image becomes an autonomical, sensual entity. The reality of the image constantly prevails over the reality of the concept evoked. Undoubtedly Yves Beaumont is conscious of the fact that eventually every representation falls short when trying to capture reality. Perhaps for him, in the end, representing is but an alibi for the experience of happening, of acting, of the appearance and disappearance of a possible representation. It is a permanent traveling between construction and deconstruction, painting and painting over, to the ambiguous borderland between the recognisable (meaningful) and the uncertain (meaningless). It is as if the painter reaches for this one, liminal moment between significativeness and absence, between the representation and that which is not representable.

Florent Bex, Former-director of the Museum for Contemporary Art, Antwerp (Belgium)...

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