I was born in Le Havre in the glow of that very light that gave the city its reputation as the cradle of Impressionism. I love painting and am constantly striving to perfect my art by taking inspiration from the constant interplay between the sky, sea and our estuary landscape.
When I am out and about, I love the port where luxurious cruisers sit next to giant container ships. I love the seaside with its Malraux Museum (MuMa), standing guard over culture and the entrance to the port. I navigate my way through numerous exhibitions, concerts, talks and other summer events that enrich city life. However, when you are in Le Havre nature is all around! You are close to the sea and the countryside, not to mention parks and forests, and it is probably easier here to get to them and enjoy their fresh air than it is anywhere else. Let’s all go and get some fresh air!
Where I will take you:
• Reconstructed city centre and Saint Roch Garden
• Seaside and port area (Saint François quarter and the seaside as far as Saint-Adresse)
• Malraux Museum, Maison de L’Armateur (Museum), Hôtel Dubocage de Bléville (Museum), Natural History Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral, Graville Abbey, Montivilliers Abbey