is an international undertaking aiming to make society aware of the
imminent extinction of a large number of species. My purpose is to paint and expose animals that are disappearing from Earth, being 'erased'.
Nearly 100 large paintings have been exhibited in recent years in Monaco, Rabat, Singapore in partnership with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation.
I now propose some of the most beautiful as limited editions.
These editions are produced under my supervision using the best of digital printing
techniques on offer today. Executed in a very high resolution, the rendering is perfect.
To be consistent with my ecological commitment, the elements used to produce
these works are all responsibly sourced:
The wood frame comes from FSC- or PEFC-certified EU forests,
the 100% linen fabric is made in the EU, as well as the casein-based primer and the
inks used are of plant origin.
The cardboard chosen for the packaging comes from a recycling source, the bubble
wrapping has been replaced with recycled paper.
These editions are limited to 25 copies. Each is numbered and hand signed.
It is delivered with a certificate registered in my database; this certificate contains a
tamper-proof QR code that can be scanned to interrogate the book of prints.
Click on a canvas to place an order, or send your request by e-mail to: email@example.com
While visiting the site I found these animals extraordinary but I was a little worried about the quality of printing. When we unpacked the package, we were more than reassured! This is amazing ! B.K. (Toronto-Canada)
For having seen works by Thierry Bisch in galleries, the quality of these editions is incredible! I finally could afford a large canvas of this artist, I am delighted!
We are so excited about this black panther that we want to order something else now. From the transaction to the delivery everything is organized in a very professional way, no problem!
J&M W. (Palermo-Italy)
This jaguar literally took possession of our dining room! Work of exceptional quality, we never get tired. M&M K. (Berson-France)