05 September 2014

Style remains

Little else appeals more than a room with a view, unless it's a room where the rustle of silk whispers across the floor of said room.

The magical paintings of Fanny Nushka Moreaux satisfy both. Her stylish work is reminiscent  of the latest in haute couture, & the bygone era of lithe models like Lisa Fonssagrives draped across a sofa. That Fossagrives era converges on Moreaux's canvas with a modern, yet delicate brushstroke.

Beyond what is just in fashion, Fanny Nushka Moreaux's work offers the indelible.

With the onslaught of weeks of fashion shows rehashing old themes, here is a respite, remaining long after the runway is empty.

"Les modes passent, le style est ├ęternel" - Yves Saint Laurent

Fanny Nushka Moreaux's work can be seem and purchased here


  1. You have such a great eye, and a keen sense of language. Luscious words enhance the experience of these paintings.

    As always, many thanks

  2. Love Fanny's brushwork, spontaneous, yet her wall of art is so revealing! a gracious style.
    The Arts by Karena

  3. Her hand is deft, swift and the impasto is magnificent when lit correctly....reminiscent of Sargent's brush strokes and Bacon's blurred faces...

  4. http://bit.ly/1lOm4vQ

    I think this painting may be from tho pic of Jean Patchett

  5. I like the gesture and the palettes here. If inspired by photography, they still give off something else.



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