Night and Day

$ 2,000.00

Night and Day is a lenticular flip that refers to the passing of time.  The girl is a detail of a portrait by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres named Madamoiselle Caroline Riviére created in 1806.  Riviére was described by Ingres as “ravishing”.  She was around 15 years old and shows all the innocent wariness of her age.  She died tragically a year after the portrait was completed.



Lenticular is a technique where one image “flips” to another using finely calibrated stripes of lenses. Most peoples first contact with lenticulars is the “blinking eye” prize in a box of Cracker Jacks. Night and Day measures 18 inches by 24 inches. It is made to order and come in an edition of 10. Framing is not included.