Les Créations Jean Pronovost are proud to show you their new murals infused with mythology. This mural project was realised for a private residence, consisting of two separate painting installed on a wall and the second on a cathedral ceiling. Both murals were reproduction of works by Tiepolo, a grand Italian master. Following the client decision, the murals were created using airbrush, but could also have been painted using oil paint or acrylic.
Here we can see the finished mural, the other panes of the ceiling were painted using airbrush : clouds were executed to prolonged the sky and cherubs were added. This magnificent scene will then be perfected using gilded moulding which will surround the fresco.
The finished canvas was posed and set inside a gilded frame. Mythology and art here are taking back their honour.
The fresco was first painted on a 15×6 foot canvas before being installed at the client location.
We can notice the richness and the vibrance of the colors which give a new life to this piece by Tiepolo. The colors visual reference on this painting named “Bellérophon” had suffered ageing.
Bellérophon is straddling Pegasus, the winged horse. This fantastic scene comes right from classic mythology.
This fresco was created using airbrush on a 14×7 foot canvas ans was conceived for a cathedral ceiling.