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Soap Bubbles by Jean Baptiste Chardin

Soap Bubbles by Jean Baptiste Chardin


The soap bubble has always been associated with the fragility and transience of life—a paper-thin, iridescent sphere that lasts ever so briefly before bursting. That’s one of the themes in this collection.  When the soap bubble became popular in art, most prominently in 17th-century Dutch paintings and prints, it was primarily to convey this “all is vanity” idea. But no amount of bleak symbolism can keep a soap bubble from lifting our spirits. It has always brought delight to children and to the inner child in all of us, a side that is also found in these examples.



  • Series title: Visualizing Bubbles
  • Series size: 07 artworks
  • Edition: Limited edition of 1000
  • Proof of Ownership: Certification on the Ethereum blockchain under the ERC1155 protocol. Each artwork is delivered privately and directly to collectors as non-fungible tokens (NFTs) that guarrante proof of ownership.
  • Format: Pieces consist of PNG files sized 2160x3840 pixels - 150 dpi.
  • Medium: Oil on canvas, painting, chromolithography,
  • Artwork materials:  Canvas
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