François Husson was born in 1953 in the Vosges.
His mother, a schoolteacher, gave the child - already endowed with a great sensitivity - a taste for knowledge. Later, sport - a rough sport, rugby - will trigger in him a need for physical contact with the material, which will be found later in his paintings.
Settled in Paris, he frequented Antoine Blondin's Saint-Germain des Prés, with its nucleus of writers, draftsmen, painters and other artists, who often met to share the emotion of this fin de siècle. In search of fulfillment, his need to reveal his personality to others, led him to the confession of his most intimate vocation: Painting.
"Painting is a bridge between souls" said Delacroix. There are men who love the earth and in whom there is an attachment to the material of the soil.
In François Husson, these elements will try to build a poetic.