- Jean Arcelin
- Laurence Bost
- Yves Brayer
- Françoise Caillette-Deneubourg
- Philippe Charles Jacquet
- Julian Taylor
- Alessandro Tofanelli
Almost 40 years ago, when Julian Taylor entered Galerie 26, his collectors perceived his paintings above all as comic strips. The sense of detail, the graphics, the line were already omnipresent in his work.
If the line (could we say clear line?) always characterizes his work, Julian Taylor, over the years, has brought an essential element to his painting: Light.
By discovering this new exhibition, you will be struck by the light that comes from his paintings (light on the water, on the snow and the mountains, in his skies and his Breton landscapes).
Following a stay he made on the coast, in Charentes-Maritimes, last July, Julian Taylor worked on a new theme: carrelets, small wooden fishing huts on stilts found on the Île d'Oléron, Île Madame and at the mouth of the Gironde. He also brought back from this stay some paintings of the king of lighthouses: The Cordouan lighthouse.