Paul Noyer Denis
- International visibility
- His works have been shown in France and abroad
- His works are in national and international public and private collections
The gifted French artist Denis Paul Noyer has thrilled the art world with his unique illustrative style of painting. Son of famed artist Philippe Noyer, has distinguished himself as a painter, lithographer, and sculptor of great talent and originality. Born in Paris in 1940, he showed an interest in drawing early on, a skill which his father helped foster. He went on to attend the Lycee Janson de Sailly and the Beaux Arts de Troyes, before studying under the very master who taught his father. Since his first American exhibit at the Acosta Gallery (Beverly Hills, California) in 1964, Noyer’s work has been shown in Paris, Florence, Rome, Stockholm, New York, Denver, Palm Beach, Las Vegas, and Chicago. He is a truly multi-faceted artist. Noyer captures a wide range of subject matter, ranging from Mediterranean and Tuscan landscapes to figurative work. He is well known for capturing the quickly, almost surreal grace of the Art Deco Era. He has developed an instantly-recognizble, one-ofa-kind painting tecnique in which his characters are at both cartoon-like and exquisitely real. His approach is both realistic and naive, his characters come to life through his expert use of colors. Noyer's works of art continue to be highly sought after and collectable, feautured in public and private collections globally.