Victor Man Takes Inspiration from Ingres in Rome
21 December 2021
Victor Man Takes Inspiration from Ingres in Rome 1
Exhibition view: Victor Man: 1837, Abbozzo per un Autoritratto, Sant'Andrea de Scaphis, Rome, 2021. Courtesy Gladstone Gallery. Photo: Daniele Molajoli.
Victor Man Takes Inspiration from Ingres in Rome 2
Exhibition view: Victor Man: 1837, Abbozzo per un Autoritratto, Sant'Andrea de Scaphis, Rome, 2021. Courtesy Gladstone Gallery. Photo: Daniele Molajoli.
Victor Man Takes Inspiration from Ingres in Rome 3
Victor Man, Untitled (After Roelant Savery) (2021). Oil on canvas mounted on wood. Framed: 35 x 43 x 4cm. ©️ Victor Man. Courtesy the artist and Gladstone Gallery.⁠⁠

A collection of Victor Man's ominous and fantastical oil works are on view at Sant'Andrea de Scaphis—a deconsecrated church turned art gallery in Rome. ⁠⁠

Victor Man's old-masterly style continues around the walls of Sant'Andrea de Scaphis, taking inspiration from the recollection of a dream experienced by the neoclassical painter Ingres, when he was living in Rome in 1837 working at the French Academy.⁠⁠


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