Jean-François LARRIEU

Born in the Midi-Pyrénées, France, in 1960, Jean-François Larrieu made his debut, in his teens by winning the Grand Prize of the François Villon Academy, the painting prize offered by the Béarnais Museum of the city of Pau. Since 1990, he has presided over Paris’ Salon d’Automne and the government affiliated Foundation for Graphic and Plastic Arts. He is also the president of the Foundation of the Historic Salons of the Grand Palais and President of the Taylor Foundation in Paris. Larrieu has exhibited in over sixty solo exhibitions worldwide. His work has been the focus of major museum exhibitions including the Museum of Modern Art in Nanjing, China, the National Museum of Fine Arts in Taiwan, the Santilana Foundation in Santander, Spain, the Museum Sursock in Beirut, Lebanon, the Fine Arts Museum in Shanghai, China, the Lima Museum in Lima, Peru and the Fine Arts Museum in Bordeaux, France.
  • Brilliant Hues: The Power of Red and Gold

    Brilliant Hues: The Power of Red and Gold


    February 09, 2018 - February 25, 2018

  • Impression of Singapore

    Impression of Singapore


    August 01, 2014 - August 10, 2014