Philippe Charles Jacquet's - Entre Deux Mondes opens with an eloquent commentary by Patricia Larcher complimented by several photographs of the artist s studio and the stunning French landscapes that surround it. Just as Jacquet's paintings offer insight into his imagination, Larcher's text offers a glimpse into Jacquet's reality. She describes intimate details of his atmospheric studio and reveals specifics of his technical process. She offers vivid descriptions of the Rance Valley in Brittany, which has inspired much of Jacquet's work. She sheds light on the title of the exhibition, Entre Deux Mondes, and suggests various worlds he may be referencing: reality and fantasy, land and water, childhood and adulthood. She does all of this in poetic prose- an art form of its own. Following Larcher's introduction, the book offers full-page images, organized thematically, from Jacquet's expansive body of work. The coloration of the reproduced images is almost identical to the original oil on board pieces; this feature is particularly important for Jacquet's magnificently colored twilight works.
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