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Jacques Trichet

1955
Sainte Hermine, France

29 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Sainte Hermine

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Works by Jacques Trichet

The Bridge

2021

60 x 60 x 3cm

950,00 €

Landscape 2

2022

40 x 40 x 3cm

420,00 €

Canyon

2020

40 x 40 x 3cm

420,00 €

Horizon breeze

2022

40 x 40 x 3cm

420,00 €

Untitled

2022

48 x 46 x 3cm

460,00 €

Reflection Of The Sun

2020

50 x 50 x 3cm

660,00 €

The Birth Of The World

2020

50 x 50 x 3cm

660,00 €

The Last Tree

2020

50 x 50 x 3cm

660,00 €

Source

2020

50 x 50 x 3cm

660,00 €

Solitude

2020

50 x 50 x 3cm

660,00 €

Trees

2022

50 x 50 x 3cm

660,00 €

Thunder

2020

50 x 50 x 3cm

660,00 €

Horizon 5

2021

50 x 60 x 3cm

800,00 €

Horizon 4

2021

50 x 60 x 3cm

800,00 €

Horizon 3

2021

50 x 60 x 3cm

800,00 €

Horizon 2

2021

50 x 60 x 3cm

800,00 €

Horizon 1

2021

50 x 60 x 3cm

800,00 €

Sunset

2021

60 x 50 x 3cm

800,00 €

Horizon, The End of The Day

2022

60 x 50 x 3cm

800,00 €

Horizon & Sunset

2022

60 x 50 x 3cm

800,00 €

Horizon wide

2021

80 x 40 x 3cm

850,00 €

Rainstorm

2020

60 x 60 x 3cm

950,00 €

Landscape 1

2021

60 x 60 x 3cm

950,00 €

Yin Yang

2020

100 x 50 x 3cm

1300,00 €

Night Is Coming

2021

80 x 80 x 3cm

1700,00 €

Horizon

2021

80 x 80 x 3cm

1700,00 €

Before The Storm

2021

80 x 80 x 3cm

1700,00 €

Landscape

2022

80 x 80 x 3cm

1700,00 €

Jacques Trichet is a French artist born in 1955 who lives and works in Saint Martin Lars in Sainte Hermine, France. After a trip in Mexico in 1978 where he discovered Mayan drawings as a revelation and upon his return to France, he confirmed his choice to become a painter. Three painters hold his attention: Turner, Zao Wou-Ki and Rothko. Three breakaway painters to whom he feels artistically or philosophically closed. Between the figuration of Turner, the dazzling of his last paintings and the abstraction of Zao Wou-Ki and Rothko, the painting of Jacques Trichet takes shape. He chooses oil paint for the flexibility and smoothness of the materials which allows him to render both the softness and the violence of life. He also adds oil pastel for more recreational moments where he rediscovers the magic of marsh landscapes. Solo and group exhibitions lead him to travel to France, Europe and China where he is an honorary member of the Cao Dong Academy, a monastery in the Jiangxi region.