Acrylics on canvas
Born in 1969 in Paris, Hervé Chambon is immersed
in art from his youngest days. Very soon acclaimed by art
critics, his work is hyper-realistic in which the finest
detail and sensitivity are confronted by the intimate colors
of the artist's studio.
- Member of the Autumn Exhibition,
- Member of the Arts Sciences and Letters Society,
- Silver medal of Paris City.
- 1st Prize for young Painters in the Côte d'Azur
International Grand Prix Exhibition.
Hervé Chambon's realism and sense of
detail come from his passion for antique-hunting; his sense
of observation, developed on the basis of revisited everyday
objects reminds us of Balzac's literary descriptions in
which a place becomes imbued with the warmth of the objects
But even more, Hervé's paintings strive
toward bohemian perfection through his intimate studio scenes,
the door of an old hotel, or a benign shop front.
Simenon's readers, detective movie enthusiasts
are bound to find in Hervé Chambon's works, that
tiny detail from which the plot unwinds.