Art enthusiasts gathered for the unveiling of La Lumière de Robert Droulers Exhibition, a selling exhibition honoring the 20th-century French painter from Lille. The exclusive showcase, a rare posthumous return to the market, provides a unique opportunity to explore the depth of Droulers’ artistic legacy until December 20.

Self-taught artist Robert Droulers, born in 1920, initially painted scenes in the Lille region and Belgium. Transitioning to abstract painting in the 1950s, he exhibited widely and befriended artists like Eugène Leroy. After leaving the textile industry in 1964, he relocated to Provence, where the unique light and literary influences shaped his art, residing in Aix-en-Provence and later Saint-Rémy-de-Provence.

The highlight of the Opening night was the Contemporary Dance Performance by the artist’s son, Pierre Droulers, professional choreographer, adding an emotional layer to the moment.

From abstract to figurative pieces, the exhibition offers a curated journey through Droulers’ diverse and innovative creations. Open to public until December 20 from Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm.