Article de presse magazine “Pays du Nord”: Artiste peintre Nord Lille

Publié le 2013-08-21

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A vos kiosques ! J’ai le plaisir de faire l’actualité dans le magazine “Pays du Nord” de ce mois-ci (n°100 – Mars/Mai 2013). Une double page qui retrace mon parcours, mes projets et mon regard sur le monde.

C’est pour moi un honneur d’être dans une revue nationale qui défend fièrement les couleurs de la région, et qui plus est, vous fera découvrir les richesses de notre patrimoine. Balade, tourisme, nature, histoire, gastronomie & portraits donc. Un florilège d’articles et de cartes postales de ce qui se fait de mieux dans nos “pays du Nord”.

Bimestriel N° 110 disponible jusque fin mai dans votre kiosque

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Welcome to my web-studio.
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Besides making it possible to discover in a few clicks my latest painting news, my biography, the press or the art exhibitions, this site is mainly intended to provide you with an accessible and extensive palette of my oil paintings.
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