Johanna Dumet

The French painter Johanna Dumet refers to significant genres of European art history with her works. With gouache, oil paint and oil pastels in bold hues, in particular fond of pink and rose, she paints and collages views and motifs that can unfold into narrative scenes. Her style radiates an almost naive impulsiveness and unusually strong energy. She does not correct herself during the painting process and allows for imperfection, particularly in interior scenes and views that evoke personal memories.


I Hope I Didn’t Forget Anything
L'Italien du coin
3 Tulipas
To Shoe or Not to Shoe
Le château impossible
Waiting for the laundry to dry, again
Bohnen, Blumenkohl