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"My paintings are figurative. What's most important in my work is the quality of the pictural material that I bring whenever I paint the wonderful complexity of the woman body. My large formats are made to reinvent the entire space of a place. My small formats are open windows on a more intimate universe".


Jean-Marc Comby is a painter from Bordeaux but was born in Cherbourg the march 28th in 1964. Between 1985 and 1990, he is attending to the Beaux Arts of Paris.

His workplace, in the Chartrons neighborhood in Bordeaux, is the place of an eclectic creation : painting, sculpture, engraving and drawing are growing together in an amazing harmony.



Poussières, catalogue de l'exposition Château de Cadillac, texte Alain Glycos et de Katia Feijo, Edition confluences, Gradignan 1998
Still Natur, catalogue de l'exposition du Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt, textes de Klaus-Dieter
Pohl et de Gille-Christian Réthoré, Landesmuseum, Darmstadt.



Alain Glycos, Skones, Edition Confluences, Gradignan 1998.
Marie-Laure de Cazotte, Empreintes, Domaine de Lescombe, 1999.
Christine Bourrel, Pasiphaé, Musée d'Aquitaine 2009.

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