Here’s the space where i display my paintings. As we now have a new website, it’s become easier to translate in english so, here i am to tell you about my latest paintings and the story about creating them…
Today, i do almost exclusively oil paintings, but i produced watercolors earlier. You can discover them in the older part of the french section.
My favorite subjects are trees, flowers, fish and the sea, animals, boats… and sometimes Venice where i live.
I hope you enjoy to share my images and thoughts !
“Marghera fort” was built in the early 19th century on the shore of the venetian lagoon. If you have a little […]
This is the kind of boat used for deliveries here in Venice. It comes in two or three sizes, all […]
Great news this autumn for you and me, Hugo H : i am listed in Jacques-Armand Akoun’s official book of french painters… This […]
Here is a wave full of sand, about to crush on a beach covered by pebbles. Yes it is possible […]
If you look carefully at this building, you may notice that the style of its sculptures doesn’t seem so medieval. In fact, […]
This is the end of a work i started last year. I had to quit during winter as it’s too […]
It’s the end of a hot day. The sky is smoggy. The tugboats just finished securing the cruise boats across the city […]
Mexico. I love it. Here’s ANOTHER painting about it. Baja California. Windy day. At the back of a gas station. Maybe […]
Last painting about my trip in Yucatan. A ruin in Tulum, former mayan village. This house (Casa in spanish) was built over a […]
Here’s a mexican cactus. The kind called Opuntia. Seen at Tulum. Here the sun is in front of us, on the […]
Here’s my fourth painting about Playa del Carmen, Mexico. An urban scene. Always unusual, the wastelands can sometimes be really picturesque. […]
There is no other possible title there… the name of the city is about the beach (playa in spanish)… Wind (often), […]
During winter, as my workshop is freezing, i work in my much warmer home… there i just tarted a serie […]
Yes, because i already painted another two of these little houses you can see on the lagoon of Venice, in […]
The Dunraven was an english transport ship that sunk near Sharm-El-Sheikh, in Egypte, in the late XIXth century. After being cut […]
Venice. Riva dei Sette Martiri. The fog is coming towards us from the lagoon. It swallows the lights, the shapes […]