For almost more than 30 years, Galerie Saint-Roch located in Paris between Saint-Honoré street and the Tuileries Garden, on the site of an ancient chapel built in 1860, has been presenting contemporary figurative painters and sculptors of international renown.
Galerie Saint-Roch organises shows dedicated to only one artist in particular or to the painters of the gallery in general.
The painters: Robert G. Schmidt, Rikka Ayasaki, A. Billion, A. Cojan, Bernard Marie Collet,
Desclaux, Joë Fougères, D. Frély, S. Lestringant, A. Matallana, Clotilde Nadel, Navarra,
Pantel, P. Rousseau, D. Sannier, Schulte, Vamvouli, Weissman
Ceramicists: François-Marie Billard
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Show Bernard Marie Collet
Images of Egypt
16 October 2018 – 1st December 2018
For this exhibition, Bernard Collet makes us discover the softness of walks along the Nile, integrating in his pastels and oils the vestiges of antiquity to revive the past.
Driven by an insatiable curiosity, Bernard Collet returns frequently in Egypt where he observes the colours of the desert, the sunrise of the day on a mausoleum, a stall of fruits, scenes from daily life, the shadow of the sycamores, animated herds, a public writer, discussions on a door step, a palm grove or the departure of a Felucca to the Elephantine island.
Thanks to the soft pastel his work is precise, quick, the brush touches are vivid and alternate the purple grey of the mountains, the yolks of the desert, the contrasting greens of the palm grove and the intense blue of the sky above the Nile.
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