Painting of the cliffs of Etretat, Normandy

Indian ink drawing colored with watercolors, of the cliffs of Etretat. Of course, the Lupine series has given pride of place to the Aiguille Creuse and the adventures of Arsene written by Maurice Leblanc. As a child, I devoured his books and it wasn’t until my teenage years that I discovered the real cliffs with my own eyes. We often come to Normandy. From Maisons Laffitte, this magnificent and green region is not far from our home. Each time, it is an invigorating and invigorating getaway to walk in Normandy.

aquarelle falaises d'Etretat, Normandie
Painting of the cliffs of Etretat, Normandy

The meadows as far as the eye can see offer a comforting landscape. The bocage and the villages are great stopovers. Whenever possible, I bring my drawing materials with me to do watercolors. Whenever I can, I do outdoor paintings on site to bring back paintings of these green escapes.

Thus, between our trips to Deauville, Honfleur, Mont-St-Michel or the Normandy hinterland, this gives me the opportunity to build a collection of paintings from Normandy. Some are available in my online art gallery.

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