Francis Lassus of SAINT-GENIES is a French painter born in 1925 in Val André, Brittany.
Francis Lassus of SAINT-GENIES was born in 1925 in Brittany at Val André.
After studying at the Académie Julian in Paris, he devoted himself to portraiture for a long time.
In search of the secret character of his models, he had to approach a very personal expression in which the external world, often inverted, encloses the reflection of the individual mystery.
In a refined chromatic range SAINT-GENIES gives us its own symbols.
Great-grandson of the composer Charles GOUNOD, he transmits us a universe with sweet harmonies where everything is music.
Under the spell of the Woman, he paints his "awakened dreams".
His tender creatures with the eyes of deer, with the offered lips, make you charming signs at the exit of the eternal myths.
A work of SAINT-GENIES is a continuous creation where every moment discovers a new appearance.
The chrysalis queens shiver and try to abolish the animal kingdom.
The Unicorns have moving crests and angel faces, the Sphinxes burst their marble gangue.
But the destroyed caryatides revive in an eternal kiss.
SAINT-GENIES has had special exhibitions and collective exhibitions in France, USA, Switzerland, Germany and Sweden.
His works appear in numerous French and foreign collections.
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