Jean-Noël the Junter studied in Clermont-Ferrand before leaving under other skies (Scotland, Great-Brittany, United States, Normandy then Hérault since 1992). His favorite themes are the landscapes and ports of the south of France, the nudes, the bulls, the dancers of Sevillane and the portraits. "Whether it is landscapes, sea, portraits, naked, ... Jn the junter always starts - on the pattern or according to model - by preparatory sketches and watercolors which allow him to work in oil in his workshop. [..] He is more interested in atmospheres than in reality and seeks to transcribe sensations, a "felt", while trying to "simplify" this reality in order to retain only the essential and By favoring color. '' (Galerie Jouvène, Marseille) his works appear in several works of art. The most recent: painters and colors of Salagou (2017) -The Grand Montpellier and his painters (2018)- painters of the Garrigue, Cévennes and Causses (2019)- painters of the Gulf of Lion (2020)- Painters and colors D 'Occitanie (2022) He exhibited his works many times, in France, in Great Britain, Germany, Greece and the United States.