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Jean-Jacques Ecorce

Born in 1946 in Charente Maritime, he began sculpting at the age of 27 before gradually turning to painting.

A student of César and Nadal at the Beaux-Arts de Paris, he perfected his skills at the École Supérieure de Montparnasse, then at the Place des Vosges. His career is unorthodox and atypical, focused mainly on a figuration that destructures bodies and objects; he admires painters such as Chagall Modigliani, Gauguin, Matisse, Picasso, Garouste, Hélion ...

He works his painting in particular on the theme of daydreaming and human desires in energetic works, between abstraction and figuration, marked by analogies and metaphors. The quotations of the masters he admires are present in each canvas, but absorbed, digested in his creative impulses.

He exhibits regularly in Paris and in the regions of France.

Art Gallery, ARS ESSENTIA, Beaune, Bourgogne, France.

la chambre d'hotel
le bouquet
le bouquet
peinture femme
le nu
le modèle
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