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Paris (75), France
Watercolour, ink, pencil, oil painting, and acrylic, Frédéric Belaubre does it all and, most importantly, masters it all! The subjects of his pieces range from nudes to deeply poetic abstracts, always using bright, soft and pastel colours. They are charged with his incredible lyrical expression and his perspective on the world around him.
As an accomplished painter, Belaubre considers painting to be an act of understanding and a search for fulfilment. Evening lessons in drawing and composition, and his time at the National School of Fine Arts in Paris in 1974 gave the artist the resources and engagement he needed to take an emotional approach to his art.
Emotions – both stress and joy – the feeling of finiteness and the pleasure of eternal moments – when life flows smoothly, these are the true sources on which Frédéric Belaubre draws for his creations – ceaselessly repeating attempts to transfigure reality into a reality beyond light.
Beaux-Arts de Paris (1976)
Cours du soir de la Ville de Paris (Montparnasse) Teaching by the painter Carlos Pradal
2017: 26.01-28.02 Galerie New Image, 31 bis rue de Tournelles, 75003 Paris
2001: Galerie 96, 96 rue Quincampoix, Paris
2001: Galerie - librairie Mona Lisait, Paris
2000: Galerie - librairie Mona Lisait, Paris
1997-99: Galerie Guy Crété, 121 rue Vieille du Temple, Paris 1994: Galerie Cybèle, rue Galande, Paris
1991: Galerie La Vouivre, Paris
1989: Galerie Cybèle, rue Galande, Paris
1987: Galerie du Soleil, Grasse
1986: Galerie Simone Boudet, Toulouse
1985: Galerie Vincent Calleus with the participation of the Ministry of Culture
1981: Chapelle d’Aspet
1980: Toulouse - Centre Culturel
1978: Narbonne - Maison de la Culture