Posts filed under: Artists

  Patrick Lang (born 1950) Influenced strongly by Chardin, Cézanne and, above all, Bonnard, the still life and landscape paintings of Patrick Lang are beautifully measured and deeply tranquil, often with a bold use of colour, using rich reds and...
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  “All beings of this earth are artists. I am an artist who paints for artists who look. If this evidence didnʼt exist to paint would have no sense at all. My dyslexia made me a painter. To say without...
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  Francoise Bossut (born 1950) Françoise Bossut is a contemporary expressionist painter working primarily in acrylic on canvas. Her landscapes, seascapes and figures are unified with intensity of colour and contrasts, alongside an explosive expressive quality. All are semi-abstract with...
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  Liliane Gutierrez (born 1950) “My sculptures are a hymn to life through the female form.” EDUCATION 1966-70: Atelier de Marc Hourriez, classical drawing 1980-86: Atelier de la sculpture de Marc Touret 1984-86: Atelier de Georges Muguet, sculpture 1985-87: Atelier...
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  Frédéric Mercier (born 1961) Mercier is constantly addressing the question of how to present creation in paint. A painting is merely an allusion to a reality, to a landscape, a season; it is a moment glimpsed, an emotion. In...
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  “The beauty and mystery of abstract art lies in its extraordinary power to act directly on our senses and express ideas and feelings not communicable in words,” explains Martin. “It can be appreciated in the same way as music,...
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  Philippa Fox (née Davison) (born 1972) Working from observation, Philippa is concerned with still life, landscape and portraits. She sees still life as her own form of landscape where she can have more selection, both on the palette and...
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  Christian Halna du Fretay (born 1945) The work of Christian Halna du Fretay may be defined as the art of suggestion. His paintings are a mixture of vibration and calm, a constant dialogue between the unspoken and the revealed....
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  Initially trained as a dancer at the Paris Conservatoire, Carole studied modern literature at the Sorbonne where she took a Masters. Carole continued to paint throughout this time and subsequently studied under Philippe Lejeune at the Atelier de la...
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  Nick Hebditch (born 1959) Nick Hebditch has long been fascinated by architecture and buildings. This has naturally led him to visually-enticing locations such as Venice, Paris, Barcelona, the South of France and, nearer to home, London’s River Thames. He...
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