Dominique’s work blends in with the 19th century architecture of the town. In this example you see an interpretation of an existing home in the area on a background of bricks which is the continuity of the actual building it is painted on. It continues the front facade. This is called a Trompe l’oeil.
The ugly grey ciment wall before being painted.
An architectural continuity and blending in with the surroundings and style was required.
Enghein-les-Bains near Paris.
|Creativity and imagination for a unsightly wall...|
|Jenny Antony at work on the house|
|Painting the bricks and false cornice from the scaffolding|
This amazing trompe-l'oeil astounds the passer-by.
|A few notes and sketches prior|