The Monegasque painter Claude Gauthier is presenting a new exhibition of his own work at the Rainier III Auditorium, from Thursday, October 31st to Sunday, November 17th. The opportunity to admire his signature pictorial style.
He is one of the most recognized contemporary Monegasque painters of his generation. Claude Gauthier, awarded the Order of Monegasque Culture Merit in November 2011, has never ceased to perfect his art. He paints, in very colorful compositions, the landscapes that particularly touch him: those of Monaco, of course, but also the entire Côte d’Azur and from his many travels. Another source of inspiration, current events within the Principality, which are a recurring theme in his paintings, his scrutinizing and benevolent look at all that takes place. He also expresses himself through different formats, exploring sizes as big as giant canvases and as small as postcards. Claude Gauthier is often invited in different shows, such as the Rencontres Artistiques of the Artistic Association of the Prefecture of Police of Paris, the Eagles of Nice International and he exhibits regularly.
Recent paintings to admire
It is therefore natural that we will find his latest works in Monaco, in the Rainier III Auditorium from Thursday, October 31st to Sunday, November 17th, between 2 pm and 7 pm. An exhibition event organized by the Directorate of Cultural Affairs and which promises the public its share of surprises. In particular, one can see his paintings from the Au fil du temps series dated this year, which includes performances of the Circus Festival of Monaco, the protection of turtles dear to HSH Prince Albert II, or the work of the extension of Larvotto.
*Article originally published in the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.