Born in 1947 in Limoges, Dominique developed very early a passion for Art. Then aged sixteen years, Dominique dethroned most adult competitors, taking the second prize from Nana Mouskoury. At 18, his works were exhibited at the gallery Montpensier in Paris in the Palais Royal gardens and received praise from several critics of art Arnaud Chaffanjon the "Parisien Libéré"
His first exhibition in Milan received praise from art critics including Mario Portalufi of "Night and from Filippo Abbiati of the weekly" Panorama. "Dominique then traveled to Greece and Morocco. It is Harbor Gallery to display the paintings inspired during these wonderful trips. He went to London in 1976 where he met Manuel Quintanilla, a Spanish philosopher, poet, painter and art historian, publisher of "Mundo Spanish. (I met Dominique at one of my essential that j'organisais exhibitions around the world, in London, Paris, Malta, Italy, New York and Chicago).
The participation of Dominica to contemporary art is undeniable. He participated in the prestigious halls of independent living and autumn purple lounge. He was named winner of the Fondation de France, and sets out in great Parisian gallery. It is in an old-Picarde purchased a state of ruin that Dominique and his wife Alice realize their cultural center inaugurated on 31 May 1987. Many artists could benefit from the generous help of Dominica and Alice. Encouraged by this time the recognition of France, Jack Lang, Nadine de Rothschild, Charles Houlmont (President of the Fondation de France and the Museum Curator Pontoise).
His meeting with Belgium was a direct consequence of its national success in France. After briefing in Brussels and Namur, it Profondeville he created his own gallery of the "Eagle Nest", opened on 27 January 1992. Dominica, always dedicated, filed under its painters, sculptors, composers, poets and musicians to an international audience delighted. Dominica, while being responsible for organizing various events from the center, continued to paint and exhibited in Europe and the USA. Now is the side of the Meuse Hermetton On the artist and his wife Alice, were installed. Dominique decided to step back after this hectic life for the better for her art in this beautiful house which is located along the Meuse.
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