Arcadies, the brand new book by Paul Rousteau published by Éditions La Pionnière is a eulogy to color, “a carousel of lights” to use the title of Dominique Janvier’s text that accompanies this book composed of blue, red, yellow and green sparkles … bright enchanting colors, borrowed from the landscapes of Giverny, the birds of paradise, wildflowers in summer … It’s a wonderful world, moving, light, dazzling, in every sense of the word, which shines abundantly with an overflowing joy where Paul Rousteau workes all genres: landscape, portraits, still life, nude, abstraction. We can sense the proximity of the painters...
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