Art The masterpieces of art deconstructed by Nick Smith
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The masterpieces of art deconstructed by Nick Smith

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Giulia Guido
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Thanks to a deep passion for color, British artist Nick Smith breaks down the masterpieces of art history in many pieces as in a mosaic. But, in this case, Nick does not use the canonical colored cards, but he recomposes the original design by matching the color samples coming from Pantone’s catalogs. Once finished, the artist combines each sample with a word, in this way each work tells a story that can support or deny the subject.

It is a technique that has much in common with Seurat’s Pointillism, for example from the fact that it is a work that, to enjoy it, you have to watch from afar.

You can find other Nick’s works on his Instagram profile.

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Written by Giulia Guido
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