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10 things about Elizabeth II

10 things about Elizabeth II

During her 70-year reign, Queen Elizabeth II has built up an image of a strong woman who is loved by her subjects and admired around the world. As a public figure whose life has been regularly published in the press for one reason or another, she has acquired a worldwide popularity rarely seen.
Portrait of Gérard Garouste

Portrait of Gérard Garouste

Gérard Garouste is one of the most highly rated contemporary French artists. At the same time painter, sculptor, engraver and even actor, he is full of energy, just like his work. Discover this colorful character!
Portrait of the painter Edvard Munch, the scream of a genius!

Portrait of the painter Edvard Munch, the scream of a genius!

Discover Edvard Munch, certainly one of the major pioneers of expressionism. He is undoubtedly one of the greatest painters of the early XXᵉ century.
Who is Emmanuelle Levesque?

Who is Emmanuelle Levesque?

In this new collection, Emmanuelle Levesque wishes to express a message of open-mindedness and very peaceful emotions. In these paintings, the artist brings a new, more serene breath, like the one that comes during a walk in the forest or on the beach, with your feet in the waves.
Discovering Frida Kahlo

Discovering Frida Kahlo

Born on 6 July 1907 in Mexico, Magdalena Frida Carmen Kahlo Calderon became known as a self-taught painter under the name Frida Kahlo. She later insisted on changing her birth date to July 7, 1910, the day of the Mexican Revolution. Her father was Hungarian-German of Jewish origin and her mother Mexican of Amerindian origin. She was born with spina bifida and was diagnosed with poliomyelitis at the age of six. At the age of 18, she suffered a serious tram accident that left her frail and suffering for the rest of her life...
Frida Kahlo's influence today

Frida Kahlo's influence today

It's impossible to miss! Today, shops are flooding with merchandise bearing the image of the famous Mexican painter, Frida Kahlo. Why is she so popular, almost 70 years after her death? Focus on the current image of the artist, her life, her talent, her commitments and her influence on contemporary artists
The 5 most beautiful paintings of Salvador Dali

The 5 most beautiful paintings of Salvador Dali

Salvator Dali, painter, sculptor, engraver, scriptwriter and writer finds his inspiration in cubism, surrealism and futurism. This lover of Freudian psychoanalysis also dips his brush in the ink of his interiority, his personal history. An intimate work reflecting the fantasies of Salvador Dali according to the method named by his care of paranoia-criticism. A spiritual quest also emerges from his work. Discover through the five most beautiful paintings of Dali, the particularities of his art and quote for sure one of his works.
Who is Corine Pagny?

Who is Corine Pagny?

In her new collection, the artist reinvents herself, adding, one thing leading to another, flowers and poetic shapes embroidered on her initially bare characters...
Frida Kahlo: artistic current and painting style

Frida Kahlo: artistic current and painting style

Do you know to which painting movement the artist belongs? Difficult to answer! Do you like the style of painting of the greatest Mexican artist? We suggest you discover in detail the way Kahlo painted, her attraction to self-portraits and the importance of Mexican culture in her work.
9 questions with Priscille Deborah, painter and bionic woman

9 questions with Priscille Deborah, painter and bionic woman

As part of the unprecedented painting collection launched with Priscille Deborah, painter and first French woman to have an arm prothesis, animated by the thought, Carré d’artistes follows up on her extraordinary journey, which is inspiring in many ways…
Who is Patrick Rousseau ?

Who is Patrick Rousseau ?

I try to make the colors speak, to pass on fragrances, noises, the atmosphere of the city through them. The choice of colors is very important because they are the ones that “help” the spatula to set up the stage.
Let there be rock by Sophie Costa

Let there be rock by Sophie Costa

This month, discover French artist Sophie Costa’s inspirations and techniques through her artwork “Let there be rock“.
Patrick Cornée's dancers

Patrick Cornée's dancers

This month, discover French artist Patrick Cornée’s inspirations and techniques through his series of artworks entitled “Dancers“.
Virgis' vision of art

Virgis' vision of art

“According to famous Swiss-German artist Paul Klee : “A line is a dot that went for a walk.” This statement applies to my work. It all started with a dot. Then lines and dots met and created a spot. Those spots then became shapes…”
Artist testimonial: Odile Escolier

Artist testimonial: Odile Escolier

Guiding artists and enabling them to evolve is one of Carré d’artistes’ main purposes. Who better to testify than a dedicated artist? Discover the impressions of the French artist Odile Escolier on her relationship with Carré d’artistes.

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