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Our artist
Caroline de Boissieu

"Technically, the work works to eliminate contours. Water, inks, chalk, glass, plexiglas are preferred materials by Caroline de Boissieu. Their combination would a priori direct the viewer of his work towards more distant cultural horizons: Chinese reminiscences, various empathies..."

- Emmanuel Lincot

It is of course that she turns to more and more limpid supports: layers, then glass to let the external lighting cross and animate her pictorial creations. Water, a source of inspiration, finds power, depth and life. The use of glass leads the artist to exploit the architectural dimension of his paintings.

She conceives some of her works as an integral part of buildings where they introduce their clarity. In collaboration with glass makers and architects, she creates works designed to animate the interior space: floors, ceilings, furniture, separation panels.

Caroline de Boissieu
The aesthetics of transparency


She declines it in her paintings where the aquatic and aerial elements are omnipresent. Light and reflections play with the translucent depth of a fluid, moving material.

Caroline explores very varied themes, but some themes are recurrent in her work: water, waves, childhood, women, etc

Collaboration with the

Marriott Autograph of Reims

La Caserne Chanzy

Caroline transposes her paintings to the urban scale, dresses facades, investing urban space, declining for a building, a neighborhood, the brightness and fluidity of natural forces.

Caroline de Boissieu lives and works in Paris. She graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Having founded her own studio, she continues her work around her favourite themes: water, light, transparency and their exploitation in the city.

She has exhibited in France, abroad. She is present in others, in the collection of the Bank of Luxembourg.