This coloring book is made from 24 photographs by Patrick Faigenbaum, professor at the Beaux-Arts de Paris.
Patrick Faigenbaum's first images date from the early 1970s. He quickly became a portraitist of humans, but also of objects and places.
The coloring book is completed by an interview of the artist with the art critic Anaël Pigeat telling when and how he decided to become an artist. It allows to appropriate his artistic universe while giving "technical" information to approach photography and coloring.
This album is a superb rendering for "budding artists".
Patrick Faigenbaum has been a professor at the Beaux-Arts de Paris since 2001. In 2013, he was awarded the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation prize and produced an exhibition and a book on Calcutta, where he has stayed several times.
Texts by Anael Pigeat - Interview with Patrick Faigenbaum
Original graphic design by Johanna Himmelsbach
Original creation of the Beaux-Arts de Paris, the coloring books call upon the talent of the professors and artists of the School. Each album is composed of full-page reproductions of works to be colored and is introduced by an interview with an art critic. They allow you to discover the pleasure of creation with the expertise and pedagogy of the École des Beaux-Arts de Paris.
ISBN : 9782840568025
210 x 290 mm