The chalk drawing series consists of genealogic Cover Versions after well known famous paintings and prints. Most of their graphical reproductions are from a common French encyclopaedia named “Larousse pour Tous” from the early 19 century, that was printed before the evolution of photography documentation has been raised. The Images were transferred from copper plate prints of an artist called Ch. Kreuzberger. The artist choose these very small graphics and blow them up, transformed them into big handmade drawings. In the list of their genealogic transformation, the work itself is about the little inaccuracy and changes that appear in the rank of reproduction following other reproductions and after all the transport of images itself. There is another newer and free series combining oilchalk and watercolour. Basically worked for an exhibition in Diekirch/ Luxembourg, the series ironically plays with its historical context from the Larousse.