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A Work By Artist Francois Knopf, Could Be Titled 'Cat Tales'

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Knopf states:
"I was born in 1939 in Lausanne (Switzerland) where I did work as an accountant during numerous years. Actually with my Dutch wife we are living in a lonely house, on the edge of a wild forest, in Ollon (Switzerland). We have two children. I start to paint around 18 year old. Up today I have done 19 personal exhibitions of my paintings. A striking event in my painter's life: an amateur bought all the 41 paintings of one of my exhibitions. And this just before the varnishing day!"

"The wildlife painter François Knopf exposes his strange paintings: different kinds of animals, often of big size, moving in an unadapted world. Animals painted in a realistic way but atmosphere lightly surreal or in all cases strange. The bison at breakfast and bisons on a training way, the hippopotamus looking for the river, the elephant on the bank of a lake or in a field covered with snow, the bear on the railway or lying in front of a shop, the pig in the sandbox, the cat on the butterfly, the horse and the chess game or the horse in the bedroom, the red-deer in a painting studio, the goose in front of the justice court, the frigate birds on the hot water bottle, the game of the goose, the balloon of the jackdaw, the egyptian plover, the brace of partridges, the ruff, the grouse, the hen and the bobbin, the reddish frog etc" Bio Art Odessey
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