French artist Pascal Milcendeau creates narrative paintings in a cheerful style using warm, saturated colors. These works retrace his travels and are testament to his love for our world.
Self-taught Member of the Taylor Foundation
Born in Vendée, France in 1962, Pascal Milcendeau is a self-taught artist. Today, his paintings are exhibited across Europe.
Pascal Milcendeau is also a member of the Taylor Foundation, a distinguished association founded in 1844. The Taylor Foundation is one of the most notable and influential institutions that works in the defense of artists. It supports artistic creation and artistic development by organizing exhibitions and awarding grants and prizes.
A Travel Painter
In a very recognizable style, with voluptuous forms, sinuous lines and saturated colors, Pascal Milcendeau’s work reflects worlds of beautiful architecture and joyful walks of life. In spite of this palpable taste for life, he has also been known to use his works as means for denouncing the standardization of our society.
The artist's vibrant narrative and naive style expresses his fascination with children's drawings, while combining several photographs into one image.
A Word From The Artist
"In my paintings, I tell a story. From here or elsewhere, from Brazil to Tangier, I bring it back with me in all its color, music, and display of every way of life." - Pascal Milcendeau