Paris Sketchbook Box Set – Text in french

Carl Norac. (Author)
Fabrice Moireau. (Watercolorist)
Jean-Pierre Le Dantec. (Author)
Yves Simon. (Author )

59.00

  • Text in French
  • Great gift idea, this set brings together three of the most beautiful watercolor books about Paris to pay tribute to the beauty of our capital.
  • 208 x 238 mm
ISBN: 978-2-87868-193-2

You know someone who loves Paris? Quickly offer them this captivating set for an artistic journey into the City of Light. Art and architecture enthusiasts will be able to explore the French capital from three different perspectives, thanks to the stunning watercolors by Fabrice Moireau and the enchanting words of talented writers.

 

Three unique views of Paris in an art book set

The “Paris Watercolors” set comprises three beautiful art books by the artist Fabrice Moireau that will touch the hearts of Parisians, art lovers, and travelers.

 

Paris Sketchbook, to explore the City of Light

Explore the French capital and its diverse atmospheres through the magnificent watercolors by Fabrice Moireau. In this work, we traverse the bustling streets of the city and its majestic landmarks. The sketches are accompanied by the words of Yves Simon, a writer and composer passionate about the City of Light.

 

Rooftops of Paris, to discover the city in a different light

Discover Paname as you’ve never seen it before in this travel and watercolor journal. Fabrice Moireau takes us to the rooftops of Paris, accompanied by Carl Norac, a renowned author.

 

Paris Gardens Sketchbook, to uncover its hidden gardens

This watercolor journal by Fabrice Moireau is a magical journey to the most beautiful green corners of Paris. Learn everything you need to know about Parisian garden art through the texts by Jean-Pierre Le Dantec, an expert in architecture and landscapes.

More than just a set of beautiful travel books, this set offers an immersive experience into the soul of Paris. An ideal gift for lovers of the capital!

Carl Norac.

Carl Norac, born in Belgium, is the son of a writer and an actress. As a poet and playwright, his work was honored in 2009 with the Grand Prize from the Society of Men of Letters in Paris and the Charles-Plisnier Prize in Belgium. He has published over 40 titles to date and has been translated into 18 languages.

Fabrice Moireau.

Fabrice Moireau, born in 1962, graduated from the National School of Applied Arts and Crafts. From his numerous travels, he brings back sketchbooks that serve as cultural and ethnographic testimonies. Passionate about architecture, gardens, and plants in general, his ambition is to convey, through watercolors, the subtlety of the play of light and the atmosphere of a street or landscape.

Jean-Pierre Le Dantec.

Jean-Pierre Le Dantec is a professor at the National School of Architecture in Paris-La-Villette, where he heads the research team “Architecture, Environments, Landscapes.” As a writer, he has published numerous works dedicated to the art of gardens, including “Le Sauvage et le Régulier. Art des jardins et paysagisme en France au vingtième siècle” (Le Moniteur, 2002), “Splendeur des jardins de Paris” (Flammarion, 1991), “Le Roman des jardins de France” (Plon, 1987 and Bartillat, 2001), and “Enfin l’architecture” (Autrement, 1984). Jean-Pierre Le Dantec has also authored several radio and television programs dedicated to various aspects of garden and landscape creation.

Yves Simon.

Yves Simon is a writer, composer, and performer. He wrote his first novel at the age of twenty-four, which was promptly published by Grasset. In 1987, he received the Booksellers’ Prize with “Le Voyageur Magnifique,” and in 1991, the Médicis Prize with “La Dérive des Sentiments.” His work as an author-composer was also recognized with the Sacem Poetry Prize in 1995 and the Grand Prize of the French Academy in 1997. A world traveler, Yves Simon has embarked on several world tours, but it is in France, and particularly in Paris, that he finds the themes of his inspiration.

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