Loïc Pénet (Bololo) recreates images of paintings from the 16th to the present day, which he discovered during his walks in museums and his digital wanderings. His son Polo is the characters of the works. Polo is mostly dressed in a yellow striped sweater, jeans and white sneakers. The landscapes are, if possible, those of the Hauts de France region.
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