Art by "GILLES 126"

Acrylics and Drawings

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​Gilles and Velour.

Unusual Portraits of Actors, Musicians and others, done in"Acrylic on Canvas"
Custom work  and signed Prints, Available.

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About Velour

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Velour died, Today.

"Bogie" and "The Tramp" at Gallery 203. --203 Notre Dame O. Old Montreal, Qc.

​Recent Work

Sooner or later a selfie comes about, recently I had two canvases. These are 40" x 40" .Thought I'd play close to home.

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Gilles

A Limited Number of Prints are available. Here is a   framed example. note that the frame is not included, these prints are shipped in strong tubes Signed and numbered.
Email for enquiries:
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The Tramp

 Charlie Chaplin, 36" x 36" Acrylic on Canvas Done Octobre 2016, Varnished.
Can be seen At Galerie 203.
Contact Galerie Owner, Corinne Asseraf (514-261-0899) or visit the Galerie at:
203 rue Notre Dame o. Mtl. Qc.
Clint Eastwood, Spaghetti Western Style,
40" x 40" Acrylic on Canvas.
Flat  Faced,  with Vibrant Background Colours,  trying to get a "3d cutout look" Got it Near the back edge with the hair against the red, Me Think!

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Bogie

Humphrey Bogart , of Casablanca fame, always a Classic, never out of style, still in progress but almost done.
36" x 36" Acrylic on Canvas
Can be seen at Galerie 203, in  Old Montreal.




This fabulous Painting of a Happy couple, is 30" x 30" with painted Edges ready to hang and is inspired by people around me.
I have done  three Clint Eastwood based on the same image, here is the last one. It is 40" x 40" acrylic on canvas, This one is a little closer to traditional in Style.
For better or for worse I made a few changes, for one I did not like the eyebrows and the nose was too dark, lightening the nose forced me to brighten the orange next to it, the yellow near the chin got a similar treatment I tried to achieve a better balance by removing a lot of the red in the skin and added bright colour to the bottom right to even out the big picture. 
Here's the third Clint, it seems as I can never stop at two, most always end up working until three finishes have been done.
Had to ajust the squint a little, redefined the beard and hat, worked the face contrasts and gave some fire to the cigar.
lightened the beard and skin.