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Roseline Al Oumami

Roseline Al Oumami is a French painter from Normandy.

A crucial encounter

Since childhood, Roseline Al Oumami has explored her artistic fibre through dance, music and drawing. At the age of 18, a meeting with her sister Jeanne Dupont, an artist then known as Yvain Marnier, revealed her true vocation. She passed on her passion for painting and sponsored her to show her work at various art fairs.

In 1990, she presented her figurative paintings at her first solo exhibition and won a prize in the international competition organised by the town of Deauville.

Constant renewal

Roseline Al Oumami is constantly renewing herself through her art. Oscillating between abstraction, fantasy and semi-figurative, her work has its roots in the works of Jackson Pollock, Pierre Soulages, Nicolas de Stael, Hans Hartung and Zao Wou Ki.

Having worked with oil paint for a long time, she is now abandoning it in favour of acrylic paint, paying particular attention to the material to create an effect of movement.

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