Sunday, January 9, 2011

José Daoudal

Name José Daoudal
Bio: José Daoudal was born in 1954 and starting to paint at 20. After a start in oil, then watercolour, José finally settled on pastel as his medium of choice to depict the Breton landscape that is his inspiration, and that he likes to paint in situ. He has been a student of Chris (Serrurier).
On peut admirer son travail dans trois endroits en Bretagne :
Echoppe Saint Guenhael, 29 rue St Guenhael, 56000 Vannes ; Maison des Artisans d'Art, 56370 Sarzeau ; Galerie Pieronevo, 9 rue de la motte rouge, 22370 Pléneuf-Val-André.

Medium: Pastel.
Subjects: Still Life (Floral), Landscape.
Style: Representational.
Navigation: Website is in French but easy to navigate. Main menu remains available to the side.
Gallery: Natures Mortes; Marines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Paysages.
Image View: Each gallery opens in a page of thumbnails that you click to view in a Adobe Flash Player 10 slideshow. This means that the images can not be downloaded directly. So use the Prt Sc button and paste the screendump into Photoshop or some such programme.
Note – there are more thumbnails on the page than it seems; move the cursor to the right or left side and more appear. This is an extensive collection of landscapes – heureux qui comme Ulysse a vu cent paysages (bien qu’ils soient tous en Bretagne!)
Incidentally, Daoudal has another gallery of thumbnails here and although the enlarged images are modest, there is no impediment to downloading these.
Blog/Demo/Facebook/Twitter/EBay/Flickr: No.

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