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David and his Golden Key

David and his Golden Key¬†(2008) is a work consisting of seven graphite and crayon drawings that serve as a re-drawing, translation and re-grouping of two of David Teniers the Younger’s paintings. The two paintings depict rooms with walls covered of art presented by the principles of the salon style. The framing of this work is an echo of that system. The size of the framed drawings is approximately 70×290 cm.

 

Graphite drawing (David And His Golden Key) 30×30 cm

 

Graphite drawing (David And His Golden Key) 45×70 cm

 

Graphite drawing (David And His Golden Key) 30×40 cm

 

Installation view at Pumphusets Konsthall

 

Graphite drawing (David And His Golden Key) 70×100 cm

 

Graphite drawing (David And His Golden Key) 30×40 cm