Yan Nascimbene’s beautiful, elegant and deceptively simple illustrations and watercolors capture nuances of light and color that give you an immediate feeling of place and time, and often evoke an emotional connection to events or places in your own life.
Nascimbene died last Thursday, January 31, 2013, at the age of 63.
For more, see my previous post on Yan Nascimbene.
[Via Irene Gallo @IreneGallo]
10 Replies to “Yan Nascimbene, 1949-2013”
Another one bites the dust !
Wonderful art, such control over colour and mood.
These are all wonderful and so inspiring to me! You find the best artists! Thanks!
Another sad day. Just love his work and have for a long time.
I did not know him well but we had a natural affinity because of our work.
I miss him.
Beautifull pictures, I really love the way he uses light and shadows ^^
You keep finding new stunning artist, Thanks!
Such a warm, sweet man. Terribly sad news.
Thanks for posting these, wish I had met him, never will, but quite inspired by the work, beautiful.
Aw, man. Another great one I will never get to meet.
Knew him when he lived in Davis CA. he was a great guy, an amazing artist, so sad.
Thank you all for the kind words, we will be having a memorial/show at Piccolo Press in San Francisco the opening is set for 4/6/13. If you are in the area please stop by.
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