Hubert De Lartigue

  • Born in Angers, France. (1963)

  • Lives and works in Vitry-sur-Seine near Paris, France

  • 2013-2015 Photorealism Revisited, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, USA

  • 2014 “Contemporary Realism Biennial” Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA

Starting out as an illustrator, Hubert used his love of airbrush technique to start creating hyper-realistic paintings. His works explore modern sex symbology, often combined with the feel of vintage style posters. 

Despite the challenges inherent in his use of such a fastidious and difficult to use tool as an airbrush, Hubert creates acrylic portraits that are absolutely captivating in their intensity and aliveness. His portraits capture not just the image of his subjects, but provide insight into the depth of their personalities.

Hubert maintains great relationships with all of his previous models.

18 of them (every one he has ever worked with) are depicted in his Masterpiece. Has a deep respect for his models. A hard worker. Works responsibly with all involved. Very creative and intuitive. An experienced and confident artist.