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Mireille Andelu


After shooting the engravings at the Carborudum for 12 years of the painter James Coignard, Mireille tries out in fabric drawing. She participates in two exhibitions at the Indigo Salon in Lille, which allows her to meet large designers. In parallel, she began her first paintings in 1989 and took as an artist's name "Andelu", the village of her birth. Mireille works in mixed techniques on canvas and on paper. It uses powdered pigments, self -paper, sand, marble powder or pastel in oil. Mireille works by theme. Each lasts about 2 years. She draws her inspirations from her travels such as Peru, India, China, but also from wind, men, butterflies, serpentaries, busts or Babel towers.

Selected Works

Serpentaire 191 contact

Paintings - 50x65 cm


Paintings - 65x50 cm

En attente

Paintings - 50x65 cm

Ce n'est qu'un passage

Paintings - 50x65 cm

Les trois signes

Paintings - 25x33 cm


Paintings - 38x28 cm

Buste aux marguerites

Paintings - 50x65 cm

Buste au miroir brisé

Paintings - 45x55 cm

Les trois chiens chinois

Paintings - 28x38 cm

Fleurs bleues

Paintings - 16x12 cm

Papillon sous globe

Paintings - 16x18 cm

Fleur de maîs

Sculpture - 19x16 cm


Paintings - 19x16 cm

Serpentaire aux pattes noires

Paintings - 16x16 cm

Déchirure à carreaux

Paintings - 65x54 cm

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