From figurative to works bordering on abstraction, François Pagé's style is difficult to define. His painting is particularly poetic and lyrical, allowing him to translate into image his deepest emotions. A poet painter Born in 1962 in Tours where he currently lives, François Pagé is developing works that explode in colors. His creations are inspired by poetic texts that the artist writes himself. Indeed, his works tell us stories, illustrate the artist's poetic words with great subtlety, whose titles seem straight from his poems. Pretexts for illustration of his poems, the works of the artist travel a wide spectrum in ways and styles, which sometimes seem inspired by impressionism, favility or even abstraction. A renowned artist The works of François Pagé are present in many public collections: City of Batz sur Mer, Saint Avern, Saint-Ouen-Marchefroy, Cabourg, Loches currency, Isle Adam museum, Departmental Council of Indre et Loire, as well as In private collections abroad: Australia, Austria, Germany, Algeria, England, Belgium, Canada, South Korea, China, Spain, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Morocco, Malaysia, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, Singapore, Taiwan, United States.