Félix Hemme Paintings

Félix was born in France in 1976.

He started his research on acrylic in 2000 while still working as a designer.

In 2010 he decided to dedicate his life to painting and followed the teachings of the painter Jean Jacques Houée in Réunion Island, followed by a period of research with oil. In 2012, Félix moved to Corsica, before returning to Brittany in France. But Réunion Island remains in his soul and it is still strongly influencing his work.
Mostly a figurative painter, Félix is fascinated by the carnation and its multiple means of representation.
anaisAnaïs – 2014 – 80×80 cm
 dos-variation-1aPremière variation sur un dos – 2014 – 60x60cm
white-shirtWhite Shirt – 2014 – 116×89 cm
rom-N1-1000Je suis Rom N°1- 2014- 60×60 cm
inconnue-sein-nuInconnue au sein nu – 2015 – 80×80 cm
auto5Autoportrait – 2014 – 116×81 cm
nu-17Nu N°17 – 2014 – 100×81 cm
indolente-bonnardL’indolente (Après Bonnard) – 81x100cm – 2015
JeuneFemmeRomJeune Femme Rom – 2015 – 60×50 cm
riviere1200La Rivière, Première Vue – 2015 – 70×70 cm
koshiro1200D’après Onchi Koshiro, Portrait de Hagiwara Sakutaro – 2015 – 60×50 cm