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Yves Palliès

Yves Palliès

Palliès has the uncanny ability to find the most eclectic of subjects. His mastery of realism in painting, the humour present in the title of each painting, as well as the artist's slightly dissimulated signature - to the extent that looking for it quickly becomes a source of entertainment - all combine to encourage the observer to dream. Only numbering thirty or so artists throughout the world, trompe-I'oeil painting not onIy requires patience but also a definite talent. Both of these qualities are decidedly present in Palliès, permitting him to reveal his conscientiousness through his works.

Yves Palliès

(1952 – 2018)

Born in Nantes, France, Palliès spent three years studying art design at the Nantes' Ecole des Beaux-Arts School. Palliès won the first prize at the Salon d'Art Graphique d'Osaka in 1994, and was the gold medal recipient in 1999 at the French Artists' Salon (of which he is a member). His works have been exhibited at the Independent Salon, the Autumn Salon and the Comparison Exhibition held at the Grand Palais in Paris, alongside prestigious trompe-I'oei artists such as Poirier, Gilou and Nadine Le Prince etc.

Palliès has the uncanny ability to find the most eclectic of subjects. His mastery of realism in painting, the humour present in the title of each painting, as well as the artist's slightly dissimulated signature - to the extent that looking for it quickly becomes a source of entertainment - all combine to encourage the observer to dream. Only numbering thirty or so artists throughout the world, trompe-I'oeil painting not onIy requires patience but also a definite talent. Both of these qualities are decidedly present in Palliès, permitting him to reveal his conscientiousness through his works.

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