is a French painter based in Brussels, Belgium. She studied at l’Académie d’Ixelles Brussels and at École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Visuels de la Cambre Brussels. Antecedents for her highly original painting, which render the human figure with discomforting intimacy, can be seen in paintings by Oskar Kokoschka, Lucien Freud and Marlene Dumas. Observation, memory and imagination interact in Fouvry’s painterly response to figures and faces, and, now also to landscape. These are intimate paintings, not large in scale, and done with a fluid, elegant brush, creating a smooth texture for canvases of modulated luminous color.
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