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In the acrylic painting entitled "Eclectic Innocence", a friendly, unusual raccoon is revealed. Born with a captivating uniqueness, it stands out from its brethren with its bold hues of purple and yellow. The artist Anne Cardin cleverly painted this creature on an abstract background that she had created during her studies at the Beaux-Arts four decades earlier. The colors of the raccoon and the background blend harmoniously, with rich, contrasting shades, creating a perfect symbiosis between the animal and its environment. “Eclectic Innocence” transports viewers into an enigmatic and vibrant artistic world, revealing the beauty of difference.


Acrylic on gallery-framed canvas

30" x 30"


L’innocence éclectique

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