"Some important things to look for in evaluating an artist for such a position of honour are: an inventiveness of style, a prolific output, and a consistency of quality--Claude Weisbuch has all three. His style is unique with a color range that is rich and warm in tone, certainly equal to that of Rembrandt. The fluidity of line and creation of motion is even more vigorous than in the work of Daumier or Toulouse Lautrec. His creativeness in composition is awesome and seems to have infinite possibilities of variation and vision." - David Barnett
Born: February 8, 1927 in Thionville, France
Education: L' Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Nancy (School of Fine Arts in Nancy, France)
Exhibitions: Herve Odermatt Gallery - Paris, France Escole de Paris - Paris, France David Barnett Gallery - Milwaukee, Wisconsin Nancy, France Strasbourg, Austria Berlin, Germany Tokyo, Japan Brussels, Belgium Toronto, Canada United States London, England
Illustrated Books: "Le Chevalier de la Charette", "L'eloge de la Folie" and "Le Prince", to name only a few.