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Richard Thorn: watercolour as second nature!

It was at the age of 28, after spending his early years drawing, that Richard naturally moved on to watercolour. By dint of hard work and experimentation, he has perfected his art to such a degree where he is now recognised worldwide.Read more

Maryam Eisler

Maryam Eisler’s second solo exhibition, Imagining Tina: A Dialogue With Edward Weston will take place in London from February 8th to March 2nd, 2019.Read more

Maarit Häninnen

Maarit Häninnen is a 21st century portrait artist and printmaker originally from Finland. She is currently living in Amsterdam, where she discovered the gravure printing process...Read more

Frederick Brosen, New York, New York!

Frederick Brosen is one of the greatest American watercolourists. Born in 1954 in New York, he studied at the Art Students League and the Pratt Institute, where he obtained his MFA (Master of Fine Arts) in 1979.Read more

The Little Prince in braille

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the first edition of The Little Prince, the Fondation Saint-Exupéry has launched a project to create embossed versions of a selection of 23 illustrations by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Read more
Joël Cunin portrait

Joël Cunin, art and faith

Born in 1962, Joël Cunin is a French painter who comes from the Upper Vosges. A choirboy in his youth, he abandoned his faith when he arrived in Paris in 1982. At the age of 25, he decided to move to Lille to learn drawing and discover the world of the comic strip...Read more
Sailing in a sea of bulls, watercolour painting by Mauri Virtanen

Mauri Virtanen, sublime nature

Mauri Virtanen is a contemporary artist who was born in 1979 in Quito, Ecuador. Passionate about art from an early age, he chose to attend drawing, painting and ceramics workshops at the School of Art at the Central University of Ecuador in Quito...Read more
Noémie Sauve portrait

Noémie Sauve and the Tara Pacific Expedition

Noémie Sauve is a visual artist born in 1980 in the Drôme, France. She now lives in Paris and is a committed activist. She has been selected by the prestigious jury of the Tara Pacific Foundation to complete a unique two-month residency with the Tara Expedition, a schooner that travels the world's oceans with scientists on board studying the oceans and how to preserve them...Read more