L’Eveil Côte-Normande, June 18th, 1987
Pays d’Auge, June 23rd. 1987
CHARNELLE #1 - Carnal #1 - acryl and watercolors on paper by Pascal Lecocq, The Painter of Blue ®, 35 x 25cm, 13 3/4”x10”, Lec182a, 1988, available early work. Message me, Make an Offer © pascal lecocq
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CAIMAN PAREIL - Practically the same - oil on canvas by Pascal Lecocq, The Painter of Blue ®, 26”x21” 65x54cm, 1986, lec641, #crocodileshark #steamengine
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THE PAINTER OF BLUE ®
Pascal Lecocq, Ph.D, is the painter of the diving world’s most recognized picture: "The Matador".
He is the Painter of blue® who paints as a stage director, on high backdrops, sky, figures, horses, funny divers, allegories, architectures, Venice and ancient ruins. All between hyperrealism and surrealism flavored with humor.
Pascal's paintings have been exhibited worldwide in more than 350 solo exhibitions since 1977 and in museums in France (2000-2001) and USA (2012-2013).
Set and costumes designer for many operas since 1986.
Pascal lives and works in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, since 2001.
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