Richard Dubure was born in Paris in 1952 and has lived in Corrèze since 1979. His works invite us to calm and serenity. The tormented, silent cities become the gateways to our anxieties and solitudes, and the intimate movements of life drown in the imagination that the knife traces on the canvas. Would the art in connection with contemplation be the true guide of our reflection? His artworks are an invitation to calm and serenity. Tourmented cities, silent, become the doors of our anxieties and solitudes. With each stroke of the painting knife onto the canvas, life’s private movements are absorbed by this imaginary world. Conductive to contemplation, would art be the ultimate guide to our consciousness?