Oil on linen canvas
Dimensions: 44cm (H) x 52cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 17.3" (H) x 20.5" (W) x 0.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This oil was painted in successive glazes from watercolors made in-situ. This technique ( adding transparent layers on top of each other- 6 to 10 according to the opacity of the pigments) gives depth and luminosity. This little harbor is called 'la Pointe Courte ' and is located in Sète in the south of France. The huts are used by fishermen to store their fishing gear. In the foreground the flat bottom boats ares used to carry oysters. fishing nets are hung to dry. This work is framed with a box as in the last photo.
Dimensions without the frame: 38x46cm
Hometown: Saint-Gély du Fesc
Based in: Saint-Gély du Fesc
Born in 1952, Jean-Noël Le Junter studied in Clermont-Ferrand (master of Arts / Fine Arts classes). Then, he spent a year in Scotland where he continued his learning process at Glasgow University Arts Club (where he met his wife). He has lived and worked in the Montpellier area since 1992. He has exhibited solo or in group exhibitions since 1995 and has worked as a professional artist, registered with the ‘Maison des Artistes’ since January 2000. He takes part regularly in several national and international art shows mostly in Paris and the south of France. He has also been exhibited in more than 15 galleries in France and abroad. He is interested in many subjects but his favourite themes are the landscapes and harbours of the south of France.
Some of his works are featured in several art books.
The latest ones are:
Peintres et Couleurs du Salagou / Le Grand Montpellier et ses peintres /
Peintres de la Garrigue, des Cévennes et des Causses / Peintres du Golfe du Lion
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