“The Human Comedy”

Title borrowed from the French writer Honoré DE BALZAC (1799-1850) who gave it to his entire opus in 1845, most likely as an homage to “The Divine Comedy” by Dante Alighieri. “THE HUMAN COMEDY” by BALZAC gathers together a considerable number of novels, short stories, essays, all of which were written between 1815 and 1848 and depict a French society dominated by money.

This painting is about the pretences, the everyday lies, the fake smiles behind the masks.


Edition limited to 3 signed and numbered printings, in all formats.

Printing in 400dpi on Epson Hahnemuble Photorag 305g paper (100 year guarantee, colors in Diasec) finish according to the Diasec® process Glossy Plexi/Plexi 3+3mm (Museum Quality) and professional hanging system (easy to hang and remove).

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