Provence Sketchbook

Fabrice Moireau. (Watercolorist)
Jean-Marie Dallet. (Author )
Philippe Testard-Vaillant. (Author )

30.00

  • Text in French
  • Let yourself be dazzled by the enchanting colors of Provence and the garrigue through the watercolors by Fabrice Moireau.
  • 290 x 250 mm — 96 pages
ISBN: 978-2-87868-116-1

How about a magical escape to the South of France? With “Provence Sketchbook,” you can almost hear the cicadas sing. This magnificent work is created by the talented watercolor artist Fabrice Moireau. Immerse yourself in the world of Provence with the texts by Jean-Marie Dallet and Philippe Testard-Vaillant.

 

An Ode to Provence and its sunny colors

This beautiful watercolor book on the theme of Provence takes us on a captivating journey through the South of France. From the beauty of the Alpilles to the picturesque coves of Cassis, from the historic citadel of Les Baux de Provence to the ancient theater of Orange, from the fragrant lavender fields of Valensole to the rice paddies of the Camargue. In Fabrice Moireau’s sketches, you’ll find all the sunny colors of Provence. The warm tones of red-tiled roofs in the sun, the white façades of Provencal farmhouses, and the lovely color of a lavender plant. This book makes us want to laze in the sun and almost lets us smell the scents of anise.

 

Discovering an authentic Provence in a beautiful travel book

This art book is a wonderful gift idea for lovers of Provence. It captures the very essence of this region, from the Drôme Provençale to the calanques. Thanks to Fabrice Moireau’s watercolors and the texts by Jean-Marie Dallet and Philippe Testard-Vaillant, we are transported on an artistic and sensory journey. Quickly add this treasure to your collection by ordering your copy of “Provence Sketchbook.”

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-Marie Dallet.

Jean-Marie Dallet, since “Les Antipodes,” prefaced by Marguerite Duras, has written around fifteen novels, including “Dieudonné Soleil,” which received the Goncourt Prize for historical narrative. After sailing between the Mediterranean and the South Pacific, he currently resides in Sanary on the Var coast. His latest novels, “Au plus loin du tropique,” “Encre de guerre,” and “De pareils tigres,” have been published by Éditions du Sonneur.

Philippe Testard-Vaillant.

Philippe Testard-Vaillant, a journalist, was born in Grasse, the “perfume capital.” He lives and works on the French Riviera, in Antibes. He is the author of several works and contributes to numerous magazines such as Beaux-Arts Magazine, Les Cahiers de Science & Vie, and Le Journal du CNRS.

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