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Alain BoemareLe croisine, cargo bananier

From a limited edition of 7
62 W x 48 H cm
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Limited edition of 7
62 W x 48 H cm
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"The Croisine is a banana cargo ship launched in the 1930s, it has the elegance of a small cruise ship. Under the name of Maneah, he provided the link between the West Indies and Dieppe, then France's leading banana port, in the 1950s and 1960s. I have often seen him cross the Colbert swing bridge to go to the quay in the Paris basin. What better excuse for a child to dream of exoticism and adventure than a white cargo ship entering the port from the tropics?" - Alain Boemare

Digital reproduction, fine art printing on watercolour paper. (original watercolour and gouache, sold)

Image size: 62x48 cm

Size of watercolour paper sheet: 75x61 cm.

Edition of 7 copies, numbered, signed.

Alain Boemare
  • KAZoART artist since 2019
  • 32 works

After learning to draw and paint at the Beaux-Arts in Rouen (France) I set up my own business. During this period, I did various graphic design, illustration and theatre sets. I was then hired by the Ministry of Public Works to visualize the major work projects, most often it was to paint on a photograph of the current state of the landscape, its state after completion. We were doing manually what 3D drawing software does today. My interest in these projects gave rise to a desire to better understand their logic and the development policy in which they were part. At that time I started new studies in geography. After graduating from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris) and obtaining a DEA (Master's degree) in biogeography at the Sorbonne, I worked as a freelancer again, dividing my time between planning studies, drawing and painting. Geography has renewed the way I look at the landscape, but this dual activity is sometimes difficult to manage and, as the years go by, I spend more and more time drawing and painting.

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