Figurative portrait of a female minotaur with red background. Artist's signature is in the bottom right corner. Framed in a thin golden frame with a tan mat. The frame has some damage and can be touched up if requested.
Michele Salmon is a French painter, born in Lorraine in 1946. She was elected correspondent of the Academy of Fine Arts (painting section) in 2009. She was also a pupil of Georges Rohner and Jacques Despierre at the National School of Decorative Arts. She is a painter of sensations, of atmospheres with a sense of the marvelous that seems to the surrealists. Her characters appear through a play of shadows and light, without hair and without expression: impalpable and mysterious beings. Salmon participated in the Salon d'Automne from 1969. She graduated from ENSAD with a masters of mural art in 1970, she exhibited that year at the Salon des Artistes Français.
H 37 in x W 30.5 in x D 1.5 in
Dimensions without Frame
H 22in x W 18 in.