Stew Paris

STEW, artist Francilien, finds its source of inspiration in the land of the rising sun. After a series of samurai, it is a crane that he chose to paint in the 13th. 
Inspired by the floral and delicate prints of Japanese prints, Stew offers us to see a majestic and gigantic heron on the Tivoli Tower of Venice Square. The complexity of this realization will have required 3 months of work and more than a hundred stencils with various motifs. The complex, detailed and precise graphics of STEW, the poetry and the subtlety of its works find their full extent here in the heart of Asia's 13th district, the largest Chinatown in Europe. 
Fresco completed January 2014

Update: 22/07/2022
Created on January 1, 1970
8 Pl. de Vénétie, 75013 Paris, Frankrijk
Pictures by Noel Perez .

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Camera usedPanasonic DMC-TZ60
Date created1970-01-01T00:00:00.000Z
Marker typeartwork