Born in 1973 in the Pays de Loire, Jeanne Saint Chéron realized her first exhibitions as a teenager. His inspirations are partly drawn from the horse world, fascinated by both the explosive power and the refined elegance of the animal, the latter being very often associated in his compositions with delicate feminine characters. Music and dance also appear among the artist’s favorite themes.

The use of acrylic paint allied to the black stone (indelible materials, used in particular by the great masters of the Renaissance) allows him a very graphic gestural work, which is reminiscent of Leonardo da Vinci’s preparatory drawings. The artist will also be very young, touched and dazzled by the mighty warrior horses of Rubens as well as by the grace of Botticelli’s madones. Rich with symbols, touching on imagination and romance, his dreamlike work carries us beyond appearances.


Member of the Taylor Foundation, Paris.

Member of the Academy of Arts, Sciences et Lettres de Paris.

Silver medallist in 2006 Arts, Sciences et Lettres. Vermeil medallist in 2012 Art, Sciences et lettres, Paris

Named in December 2014 among the twelve “Best figurative Frebch Artists of their génération” by the writing of the magazine Univers des Arts, group exhibition on this occasion at the prestigious Gallery of the Taylor Foundation in Paris.

The artist has been award-winning and guest of honor in numerous national and international exhibitions.

His work over the past few years has been praised by private collectors (France, USA, Canada, Ireland, Saoudi Arabia, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Qatar, ..)

Art galleries:

Permanently represented by these galleries:

Arstpace Oakville Gallery (Toronto Canada)

Art Revolution Taipei (Taiwan, R.O.C)

Art-Crans-Montana Gallery, (Crans-Montana Switzerland)

Mac Art Galleries, Palm Beach (USA)

Joël Guyot and Vladimir Rustinoff Galleries, (St-Paul-de-Vence, Alpes-Maritimes) France

Artclub Gallery, (Paris, Lyon) France

La Galerie de Barbizon (Barbizon, Paris) France

Corps et âme Gallery (Nîmes, Gard) France

Doublet Gallery(Avranches, Manche) France

Regard Gallery, (Brest, Finistère) France

Horse Art Gallery (Greece and Belgium)

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