Born in 1933 - France
Claude Guichard is a French artist who was born in Grenoble in 1933. After passing by the School of Fine Arts of Paris, he started a career with Jean-Marie Pirot-Arcabas (painter, sculptor of contemporary art) with whom he did the frescoes of the Saint-Hugues Church, in Chartreuse in 1953, before restoring the frescoes of the Conflans Church. After attending the Grande Chaumiere Academy, he went to the Sahara with the Tassili expedition directed by scientist, Henri Lhote in 1956/1957, where he carried out surveys of prehistoric stone frescoes and then he turned to photography and decoration of theater sets.
He currently lives in Chardonnay, he is recognized by his numerous forms of visual arts ranging from the restoration of paintings from the Twelfth century, the creation of frescoes, optical illusions, mask and draps. Even if he has exhibited his work in France a lot, his pieces have also been successful abroad, in Rome, New York, Belgrade, Grenoble, Tokyo and Paris.
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