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Annick Bouvattier, 1964 | Figurative / Fashion painter



Annick Bouvattier🎨 is born in the mid-sixties in Nevers, France.
His father, a pediatrician and art collector, gave her his love of fine arts.
Her father, a pediatrician and art lover, instilled a taste for painting from the earliest childhood.
Annick Bouvattier captures seemingly insignificant gestures in the everyday lives of beautiful women, trivial moments, fleeting glances, words unspoken, speechless stories. She is a painter of silences, silences that many a beholder and collector has heard and savored.


For two years, Annick Bouvattier was trained as a stylist. Education and Career: In 1982 he graduated from the Art School, she refused the family tradition to be in the medical research but she aimed the fashion school “Berçot-Marie Rucki“.
Her works were subsequently shown in Paris and the Villa Médicis in Rome, and acclaimed by fashion designers and the trade press. She was more drawn to stage fashion than prt-porter, however, and chose to work for filmmakers and advertising.
From her stays to Italy, she retains the taste of warm colors, sensual, profound: sunny ochres, reds deaf, the intense blues, deep greens.
In early 1990, she decided to devote himself exclusively to painting.


After two years of research in self-taught, she became a pupil of Pierre Ramel 1992-1996, a disciple of Mac'Avoy, who teach him the technique of oil on the knife, that she works gently, without thickness, with lot of transparency.
Women are the main subject of Annick Bouvattier🎨. Alone or together, they live in city apartments almost empty, furnished with shadows and light.
Beautiful, young, they live their femininity without false modesty, indifferent to outside views. Big size canvases, compositions in close up, the works of Annick Bouvattier are spaces of escape where the pictorial opens dialogue with the emotional.




























Annick Bouvattier nasce a Nevers, Francia nella metà degli anni sessanta. Nel 1982 si iscrisse alla scuola di moda "Bercot-Marie Rucki", formandosi come stilista. I suoi lavori vengono presentati a Parigi ed a Roma.
Successivamente ha scelto di lavorare per il cinema e la pubblicità e spesso ha svolto questo lavoro a Roma ed a Cinecittà.
Dal 1990 infine ha deciso di rivolgersi esclusivamente alla pittura, conservando della sua esperienza passata i colori dai toni caldi e sensuali (ocra, rossi vellutati, blu intensi e verdi profondi).
Dopo due anni di autoformazione, nel 1992 è diventata allieva di Pierre Ramel che le ha insegnato la tecnica di usare un coltello per dipingere con l'olio e e per ottenere in effetto di trasparenza,
Annick dipinge quasi sempre donne sole, in appartamenti in cui giocano luci ed ombre. La femminilità in un gesto, in una curva, in uno sguardo, in un ondeggiare dei fianchi: Annick ha dipinto le donne nella loro essenza di vita.










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