Rusty panel (canal, Dublin)
Rusty panel (canal, Dublin), Oil on canvas, 92 x 65 cm
Look for the panel
Look for the panel, Look for the panel, 36 x 36 cm framed
Little red panel
Little red panel, Acrylic on paper, 43 x 34 cm framed
Protex Blue
Protex Blue, Mixed media on paper, 44 x 35 cm framed
Wild coast (stormy weather)
Wild coast (stormy weather), Oil on canvas, 116 x 89 cm
Vanity (diamonds are eternals)
Vanity (diamonds are eternals), Mixed medias on paper, 30 x 30 cm framed
Red panel (Summer)
Red panel (Summer), Acrylic on canvas, 92 x 65 cm
White rusty panel (green water)
White rusty panel (green water), Acrylic on canvas, 80 x 80 cm
Irish panel (with Paul Henry)
Irish panel (with Paul Henry), Oil on canvas, 100 x 81 cm
Window 1
Window 1, Mixed medias on paper, 47 x 39 cm framed
Come and Go
Come and Go, Acrylic on paper, 36 x 47 cm framed
Vanity
Vanity, mixed medias on paper, 33 x 33 cm framed
No Title
No Title, Limited print edition, 32 x 32 cm framed
Rusty Panel With The Sky
Rusty Panel With The Sky, Acrylic on canvas, 80 x 80 cm
Panel on The Tree
Panel on The Tree, Acrylic on canvas, 80 x 80 cm
Panel in the fog
Panel in the fog, Acrylic on canvas, 81 x 60 cm
Panel With Clouds
Panel With Clouds, Acrylic on canvas, 80 x 80 cm
Panel In The Moor
Panel In The Moor, Oil on canvas, 80 x 80 cm
Panel In A Romantic Landscape
Panel In A Romantic Landscape, Mixed medias on paper, 43 x 31 cm framed
Reflections
Reflections, Acrylic on paper, 35 x 35 cm framed
White White
White White, Mixed media on paper, 35 x 33 cm framed
Panel In A Blue, Purple Landscape
Panel In A Blue, Purple Landscape, Acrylic and china ink on paper, 35 x 23 cm framed
The Talisman
The Talisman, Acrylic on paper, 39 x 47 cm
Window With flower
Window With flower, Mixed medias on paper, 46.5 x 39 cm

Artist Rodolphe Core, France and Dublin

Rodolphe Coré is a French artist living both in France (Ré island) and in Ireland (Dublin). He studied painting at the Beaux-Arts School in Paris and he has worked for a few years with sculpture at Historical Monuments on prestigious buildings like the Louvre museum.

The paintings which are presented here are a part of a series of paintings that have a panel theme. The information on them is erased and something else is appearing. These panels are not giving anymore informations or orders, they re-find a kind of liberty, being just a human presence in a landscape as the time has passed by.

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