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Isabelle Jacq Gamboena

Isabelle Jacq Gamboena
(1900- )
Nationality: fr France


92 artworks   Artistic domains : Painting

Artist - painter, Isabelle Jacq is of Spanish origin. Very early, she practises the drawing, painting and she is also initiated with the dance. She resides in France until she leaves to North Africa, with her family, during several years. In Blida, in Algeria, she impregnates Arab colors, musics and dances. Then, it is in the West of Africa, in Senegal, that she will grow during four years. She remains in the popular district of Saint-Louis, at the point of rallying of the griots and musicians of the city. Then, each evening, at 19 hours, she goes to the large musical gathering and dance with the women, accompanied by the drums by the musicians, the voice and the balaphon of the griot. she likes this pulsation of life which rate its daily newspaper and which seals its sensitivity to the love of the music, the song and the dance. It is as in Senegal as she meets, for the first time, a Flamenca dancer. She will see her dancing on several occasions, accompanied with the guitar by her friend. A 14 years, it is the return in France. Isabelle then crosses a new period of artistic and practical inspiration painting with frenzy.

Then, Isabelle goes up to Paris to be formed at the École Nationale Supérieure of the Fine arts. She obtains Diploma (DNSEP) with mention and supplements her knowledge with the faculty of the Sorbonne and obtains the Licence of Visual arts. Its pictorial practice leads it to expose in several Galleries and Salt art. During this period, she regularly accomplishes voyages for ressourcer. Egypt, Mexico, Morocco and Spain are some of her destinations. She practises also Flamenco and carries out training courses near Masters such as Manolo Marin, Concha Castillo, Maricarmen Garcia, Carmen Alvarez and Sofia Manzanas. Her practice of the dance brings a knowledge to her which she puts at the service pictorial art. Painter of Flamenco, the music and the Flamencas dance are her principal sources of inspiration. Plunging in painting, Isabelle makes spout out on the fabric of the dancers represented in ' landscapes sonores'. Through colors, lines and light, she paints the beauty and works in a poetic universe to express the pulsations of the life which emanate from the music, the song and the dance. Also portraitist, Isabelle likes to translate the expression of a guitarist, a dancer or a singer transfigured by the fire of the duende. Her regular voyages in Andalusia leading her to also meet many artists of this universe, Flamenco impregnates in-depth her life and her painting with the Eastern pigments.
Artist - painter, Isabelle Jacq is of Spanish origin. Very early, she practises the drawing, painting and she is also initiated with the dance. She resides in France until she leaves to North Africa, with her family, during several years. In Blida, in Algeria, she impregnates Arab colors, musics and dances. Then, it is in the West of Africa, in Senegal, that she will grow during four years. She remains in the popular district of Saint-Louis, at the point of rallying of the griots and musicians of the city. Then, each evening, at 19 hours, she goes to the large musical gathering and dance with the women, accompanied by the drums by the musicians, the voice and the balaphon of the griot. she likes this pulsation of life which rate its daily newspaper and which seals its sensitivity to the love of the music, the song and the dance. It is as in Senegal as she meets, for the first time, a Flamenca dancer. She will see her dancing on several occasions, accompanied with the guitar by her friend. A 14 years, it is the return in France. Isabelle then crosses a new period of artistic and practical inspiration painting with frenzy.

Then, Isabelle goes up to Paris to be formed at the École Nationale Supérieure of the Fine arts. She obtains Diploma (DNSEP) with mention and supplements her knowledge with the faculty of the Sorbonne and obtains the Licence of Visual arts. Its pictorial practice leads it to expose in several Galleries and Salt art. During this period, she regularly accomplishes voyages for ressourcer. Egypt, Mexico, Morocco and Spain are some of her destinations. She practises also Flamenco and carries out training courses near Masters such as Manolo Marin, Concha Castillo, Maricarmen Garcia, Carmen Alvarez and Sofia Manzanas. Her practice of the dance brings a knowledge to her which she puts at the service pictorial art. Painter of Flamenco, the music and the Flamencas dance are her principal sources of inspiration. Plunging in painting, Isabelle makes spout out on the fabric of the dancers represented in ' landscapes sonores'. Through colors, lines and light, she paints the beauty and works in a poetic universe to express the pulsations of the life which emanate from the music, the song and the dance. Also portraitist, Isabelle likes to translate the expression of a guitarist, a dancer or a singer transfigured by the fire of the duende. Her regular voyages in Andalusia leading her to also meet many artists of this universe, Flamenco impregnates in-depth her life and her painting with the Eastern pigments.


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Isabelle Jacq , Flamenco Painter

Isabelle Jacq , Flamenco Painter


Artist - painter, Isabelle Jacq is of Spanish origin. Very early, she practises the drawing, painting and she is also initiated with the dance. She resides in France until she leaves to North Africa, with her family, during several years. In Blida, in Algeria, she impregnates Arab colors, musics and dances. Then, it is in the West of Africa, in Senegal, that she will grow during four years. She remains in the popular district of Saint-Louis, at the point of rallying of the griots and musicians of the city. Then, each evening, at 19 hours, she goes to the large musical gathering and dance with the women, accompanied by the drums by the musicians, the voice and the balaphon of the griot. she likes this pulsation of life which rate its daily newspaper and which seals its sensitivity to the love of the music, the song and the dance. It is as in Senegal as she meets, for the first time, a Flamenca dancer. She will see her dancing on several occasions, accompanied with the guitar by her friend. A 14 years, it is the return in France. Isabelle then crosses a new period of artistic and practical inspiration painting with frenzy.

Then, Isabelle goes up to Paris to be formed at the École Nationale Supérieure of the Fine arts. She obtains Diploma (DNSEP) with mention and supplements her knowledge with the faculty of the Sorbonne and obtains the Licence of Visual arts. Its pictorial practice leads it to expose in several Galleries and Salt art. During this period, she regularly accomplishes voyages for ressourcer. Egypt, Mexico, Morocco and Spain are some of her destinations. She practises also Flamenco and carries out training courses near Masters such as Manolo Marin, Concha Castillo, Maricarmen Garcia, Carmen Alvarez and Sofia Manzanas. Her practice of the dance brings a knowledge to her which she puts at the service pictorial art. Painter of Flamenco, the music and the Flamencas dance are her principal sources of inspiration. Plunging in painting, Isabelle makes spout out on the fabric of the dancers represented in ' landscapes sonores'. Through colors, lines and light, she paints the beauty and works in a poetic universe to express the pulsations of the life which emanate from the music, the song and the dance. Also portraitist, Isabelle likes to translate the expression of a guitarist, a dancer or a singer transfigured by the fire of the duende. Her regular voyages in Andalusia leading her to also meet many artists of this universe, Flamenco impregnates in-depth her life and her painting with the Eastern pigments.