Contemporary portrait wall art in the form of Jean-Baptiste Colbert from the mid 17th century by Philippe de Champaigne with the addition of black and red butterfly. In the spirit of having some fun you could sometimes perceive that it could come at the expense of someone. The subject beneath the butterfly is arguably a good ‘someone’ being a quite aloof and arrogant Jean-Baptiste Colbert whom, despite having a large responsibility in helping ensure France’s economic well-being for two centuries with the founding of the Académie Royale, Colbert was also the author of what became the Code Noir (1685).
MINI: B 40,6cm x H 50,8cm x 3.2cm
SMALL: B 66cm x H 81cm x 3.2 cm
MEDIUM: B 101.6cm x H 127cm x 3.2 cm
LARGE: B 137.2cm x H 172.7cm x 3.2cm
280g Matte polyester canvas, FSC certified Natural Birch wood box frame (3.2cm depth)