La Seine à Paris by Roland Dubuc Watercolor on paper – 22x27cm

La Seine à Paris by Roland Dubuc Watercolor on paper – 22x27cm


Roland Dubuc was born in 1924 and died in 1998. He moved from Normandy to Montmartre to try to live of his painting. In 1972, he exhibited at Jacqueline Laugier gallery in Montmartre. For six years, Dubuc lives in Switzerland, in the canton of Vaud, then in Geneva; In 1980, he was in Cherbourg, in 1984 in Paris. Finally, in 1985, he signed a contract with Jean-Paul Villain; this one supports him and makes him known by exhibitions in his gallery of the street of Miromesnil and in province, and also by introducing it in the circuit of the public sales. In 1990, he exhibited in Lille, François and Gontier gallery, and in Pau, Taylor gallery. Villain, in 1991, publishes a book on his protégé, which he attends until his death. He can be defined as an urban landscaper who has very often chosen Montmartre as a subject