Patricia Mignone started her work as a painter with four vanities, the universes of four women which are, in fact, their portraits. These universes have high narrative value.
The series of the "Flamandes" (Flemish Women) was made by copying Flemish Primitives and blending them with the bodies of modern-day girls. This series is rounded off by the portraits of Zekyie and Nürsen, two other veiled young women... living in our time.
The portraits of Aurore and Lisa are part of the same series, as well as the small vignettes called "Fragments of Catherine" which can be found in the "Vanities".
This portfolio ends with a triptych featuring Emmeline, Matthieu and Leon.
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