Christian de Laubadere


These large, elegant and most mysterious paintings of the necks and heads of women are a reflection of Christian de Laubadere’s fascination with the sophistication and sensuality of women, past and present. He paints on paper and canvas using lead pencils, smoke and charcoal as well as printed and embroidered fabric. Selections from China and France.


Christian de Laubadare
November 10 – 28, 2009
Stephanie Hoppen Gallery
17 Walton Street







~ by eaesthete on 11/10/09.

3 Responses to “Christian de Laubadere”

  1. stunningly beautiful and mysterious. 3rd one down is my favourite the earrings are like little beacons.

  2. Exotic and beautiful…reminds me of the Geisha’s celebrated erogenous zone…the nape of the neck.

  3. love these- will have to explore the sizes- I am always fascinated by large canvases. la

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