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'In from the storm' at the art studio.
'In from the storm' (detail).
'In from the storm' (detail 2).


IN FROM THE STORM (Jimi Hendrix) Painting

Patrick Delaunay


Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 23.6 W x 23.6 H x 0.8 D in

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

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Size:23.6 W x 23.6 H x 0.8 D in

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Patrick Delaunay is a french painter, draftsman, poet and writer. He was born and raised in Rennes, Brittany. He currently lives and works in Rouen. Exhibits regularly in Paris and some regions in France, and several european countries. Is collected worldwide. Some of his paintings were acquired by museums in France. Some of his first pictures tributes to the heroic figures of Jazz are in "Love Me" (2000), film by Lætitia Masson, with Johnny Hallyday. His subjects of predilection are the portrait, the body. The strength of the image in drawing, color and expressiveness is what it seeks. He finds his inspiration in his life, is seduced by friends, lovers, also by movies and photographs. It is part of the neo-figurative movement. Patrick Delaunay is also author of literary works, including “Le roman de Van Gogh” (ed. Carrère, 1988), “Chiens” (ed. Hors commerce, 1998), "Jouir dit-elle" (ed. Hors Commerce, 2002). "Today, we invite you to meet a fascinating painter. These colorful pictures with varied images caught our attention. Patrick Delaunay is a painter impatient to constantly live new experiences. The artist loves painting, dense, deep oil. The idea of the image that gradually arrives on the white canvas and gently radiates the surface and impose itself on our eyes. His gesture holds and releases, in fervor, the successive layers of painting. The fresh material is worked with passion. Patrick grabs it to divert the meaning. Gradually appear the mysterious images that enchant us. "Moods, feelings, psychic states pass in the brush, participate in the realization of the image : joy, excitement, frustrations, rage, sadness, melancholy", he confides to us ... "(Colette Pagès)

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