The French artist Louis Pascin gained a great notoriety with his paintings of elegant women and colourful impressions of nature.
He paints in a distinguished manner in post-impressionist style.
Pascin’s paintings are often poetic and shows both sophistication and exuberance.
In addition to women’s figures he also paints landscapes and still life in an impressionistic way.
He still is working in Paris, where he became acquainted with the special French movements in the art of painting.
As he travelled through France, he felt that he wanted to paint in the same way as the painters who lived a century before him.
His paintings have a pastel and light use of colour and shows a mixed technique mainly influenced by the Impressionism.
Pascin evokes the typical atmosphere and the beauty of nature.