Bestiary and portraits have always inspired artists superbly, and painters in particular, including Nathalie Letulle from Le Havre. The artist expresses herself through dynamic and powerful paintings that result from her candid use of the paintbrush. Her broad brushstrokes and range of colors form a remarkably appealing ensemble where certain details are both surprising and convincing. The animal and human expression is subjugated to the will, discoveries and talent of this uncompromising artist, and to her force of conviction that is far from ordinary and even imaginative for certain pieces. Nathalie Letulle’s works can be confounding: in addition to her bestiary, she also captures nature, human beings, athletes, soldiers and so on. And in an unbiased and incisive manner, her observation elicits what is particularly distinctive in her talent, transforming the subjects into compositions that are surprisingly lively. They may be disturbing or cruel at times, owing to the brilliance of this uncompromising style of painting, and yet they are always interesting and original, in their formats that are often imposing and consequently more impressive.
André RUELLAN, art critic
Currently: production of a monumental painting in industrial zone (France), 20m x 15m, a very big Polar Bear !
Nathalie LETULLE’s artworks are in private collections in Europe, USA and South America
Museum of the Foreign Legion: Acquisition of the artwork "After the Sun" (Gulf war)
Acquisition of a painting by the Museum of the Foreign Legion
Art galleries (France)
Carrousel du Louvre (Paris)
Palais de Chaillot (Paris)
Grand Palais (Paris)
Urban Boxing (Marseille)