The work of Victor Man is characterized by the realization of paintings in which the use of a dark palette predominates, which often brings it closer to the work of the English landscape painters of the 18th century. His work, based on a slow and methodical process, is based on historical facts and subjective impressions of diverse origins and times.
Influenced by both ancient and contemporary elements, Man has developed an iconography that intermingles references to literature, art history, collective memory and his own biography. Through a non-linear narrative, the boundaries between the present and the past, fiction and imagination are nuanced and diluted. The images he represents oscillate between the human and the animal, the organic and the artificial, and the face and the mask.