Since 1999, Fabien Raveton has produced paintings, most of which are based on photographic portraits of encounters during his travels.

Paintings

Rajasthan

“The idea matured to go and explore this beautiful part of India, an opportunity to test on canvas reactive mixtures of ‘desert sand’ and laterite on this theme.”

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Published on: 5 February 2023  -  Filed under: Paintings

Nepalese wood carrier at the monkey bridge

“We are approaching Phakding in the Everest Valley on our way back. Our trek of over 200kms is coming to an end and ahead of us, to cross that last monkey bridge, a porter loaded with a ‘mountain’ of wood waits patiently for the yaks crossing in his direction to reach our side. He is […]

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Published on: 5 February 2023  -  Filed under: Paintings

The Flying Squirrel

Il manquait à la maison “Les Écureuils” une petite note de peinture, j’ai donc choisi ce petit animal volant pour décorer un peu différemment l’entrée dans ce petit nid douillet(Acrylique sur toile : Ecureuil Volant 75×100). Fabien @FRaveton The flying squirrel (or Pteromyini) is a family of rodents. They are known for their ability to […]

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Published on: 15 January 2023  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Paintings

Young seated monk

“We leave Ta Prohm, its sprawling kapok trees swallowing up the temples, to cross paths with some villagers in the heart of remote locations. Perched in his hut on stilts, a young monk in a toga lets the time and the burning sun of this dry season escape. The golden hour turns orange. The rays […]

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Published on: 19 July 2022  -  Filed under: Paintings

Smile of the Angel II

“Angkor Wat Temple, Cambodia. The sun disappears behind the sprawling cheese trees. An exchange of glances, a smile, the woman bowed by the weight of years absorbs me in the orange hour. The lens captures the memory of this unique moment. Back in my makeshift studio, with my feverish brush I caress the canvas on […]

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Published on: 12 May 2022  -  Filed under: Paintings