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Séries of paintings in various yoga center in India

and other country

 
“Landscape painter, Jean-Louis Cohen is in line with similar painters born in Italy in the 17th century. Ideal views of the countryside, fairytale architecture and genre scenes or alternate responsible for the wonderful myth and history … His works on canvas or fresco paintings – depict the golden age of nature seen as a “take place” , a refuge for the soul, in his show, favoring a landscape dominated by the calm and serenity. The return of light and atmospheric effects combining natural elements and imaginary seems to lead to a transient premeditated giving the impression of a still picture future, the suspended motion of a nature that we would love eternal in the heart of a perpetual motion. The scenes sometimes dominated by aerial constructions, the woodland interspersed with water bodies animated by a gentle breeze, the landscapes of Jean-Louis grow with poetry in the distant blue sky or under the Dawn Early Childhood of the world. “Cecile H.

 

A Vision of harmony and peace

 

The paintings selected for over fifteen years is a world near the earthly paradise.
It is the feeling of peace, harmony motivates me and inspires me. The son of years the paintings have evolved, the first rather represent a Western view of the Eden, an abundant foliage, animals with a deprivation of property and social organization, (other than a painting for the museum and art gallery spiritual Gyan Sarovar is a command with a defined concept – the vision of paradise in India is based on the deities of wealth and abundance -).
As in the paintings tranforment with time, the influence of place and a spiritual experience leads me to reconsider the ideal of human relations. The transition is done with the painting “Heritance of beauty and brotherhood” created for the retreat center in New Delhi, where I chose to represent the same painting in the two visions of a better world. The following paints apparaisent palace with larger and some smaller characters.
Today, change is more significant ,elements of nature are predominant, the palace has more presence, creativity and the characters appear in the first plan.
Gyan Sarovar 1994 Mount Abu Rajasthan India International Conference Centre of Yoga
Departments  and art spiritual gallery
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700 x 200cm acrylic on canvas pasted on outside wall entitled “Science and spirituality
This painting shows the vision of a new world through science and spirituality.
The unicorn galloping symbolizes the power of free action and joyful.
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 Acrylic on canvas 160 x 110 cm “Viman”                                                  acrylic on canvas 200 x 200 cm “Trash”
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Gyan Sarovar 1996 “Spiritual art gallery” Art gallery spiritual
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The fresco is composed by 12 canvas 300 x 150 cm
Myriam is the designer of the museum and gallery, she asked me to illustrate an ideal way of life,
education, coronation scene of a kingdom, meals, games, …
The achievement was the result of cooperative work with David, from Australia for the
background  and Zoria, of Russia for the characters.
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Details of the fresco
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Shantivan 2000 – Abu Road Rajasthan – Centre for the Study of Yoga
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Acrylic paint on canvas 900 x500 cm “Dance of Childrens
Painting done with the cooperation of Australian and Russian artists for background and characters
This painting follows the work of “art gallery” Gyan Sarovar
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. ORC 2001 New Delhi India – Retreat Centre – Inaugurated by President of India Mr. Abdul Kalam
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Acrylic paint on canvas 700 x 180 cm “Unicorn” painting on canvas 350 x 200 cm “Clover”
These paintings are the result of a search figurative. For one it is a horizon of memories of the past. A Unicorn is accompanied by a young fawn. The characters, inspired by Claude Lorrain, was painted by an Indian artist of passage. For the other “Clover”, the search of the composition is more elaborate, this painting is like a pregnancy that prefigures … the following:
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Acrylic paint on canvas 620 x 200 cm “heritance of beauty and brotherhood.” The characters were painted by an Indian artist, Jayraj.
This painting depicts a unified vision of the concepts of heaven oriental (Indian tradition) and West
(Judeo-Christian tradition). On one side is a unified nature and relations of the other gold.
The entry of this cultural heritage is through a cornucopia in the sky from which springs the world.
The painting shows the confluence of the time between the start and end of a cycle. The center point is a source of creativity that transforms what is old and rundown in freshness and renewal. It is the action of the cyclic return of light and peace, which represents the eternal movement of life, understanding of all things, opening the third eye. The realization of the confluence of the time is not only to live the present, the ‘here and now “, but live in a present that contains the meaning of the past and the future. This is a source of abundance, a Heritance that leads to Mukti – liberation – and Jeevan mukti – liberation in life –
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2006 Shantisarovar Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh India-Retreat Center –
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.“Opening of a new world”
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When I first arrived in Hyderabad, the power of landscape construction impressed me.
The painting shows a bow, an arch of light that could look like the power of electricity, which opens
in an ideal world. this is the first painting and I paint the figure, thanks to cooperation models on site. The faces have been improve by Indian artist Jayraj.
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Overview. Entrance to the auditorium “Shanti auditorium”
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2011 Retreat Centre Chennai Tamil Nadu India & Lisbon Portugal
“Royal Dance” “throne of happiness”
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Acrylic paintings on canvas 330 x 200 cm
These new paintings, design and fulfillment to represent characters in the foreground of larger, inspired by Hindu deities. The novelty lies in the new expression
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“The Diamond”
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Painting on Cannevas 400x150cm  auditorium de Kuala Lampur Malaysia
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“Phoenix”

It is the spirit of innovation that has guided me to this painting. What I wanted to show in this

Painting is the proximity of our inner or external paradise . Women (muslim because we are in Malaysia) is looking outside of this harmony and the child is our interior child who crosses the frame and puts his hands in this new world.

The water that comes out of the picture is to show the imminent and necessary reality of this world.

The phoenix is a bird that is reborn from its ashes. He shows with the sculpture the eternal return of all things