Biography of the author JEAN LUC ANGRAND

Biography of the author JEAN LUC ANGRAND

YEAR 2006

Jean Luc Angrand is an author specializing in art history and colonial history. On November 21, 2006, Jean-Luc Angrand received the Robert Cornevin Prize awarded by the Academy of Overseas Sciences for his work «Céleste ou le temps des signares,» published three months earlier.


He then produced a book in 2011 concerning the decoding of hidden symbols in «Les quatre mythologies» by the painter Sandro Botticelli. Both mentioned books are primarily intended for academics.


YEAR 2023

In 2023, he releases five books targeting the general public in the field of Italian Renaissance painting, catering to those who enjoy understanding the hidden codes within this art.


The first two books, «Decoding Suite» (in two volumes), decode the esoteric symbols hidden by painters such as Botticelli, Dürer, Giorgione, Michelangelo, Piero della Francesca, Titian, Velázquez, and Rembrandt.


The third book, «Ultimate Blasphemy,» exclusively decodes the genius Leonardo da Vinci, where the most renowned works are explained through hidden alchemical codes and the heresies they contain.


Also in 2023, a book is released concerning the evolution of painting from the French Revolution to the 20th century, which resulted in two currents: bourgeois painting and populist painting (communist).


In the book «La révolution bourgeoise dans l’art,» one encounters David, Goya, Delacroix, Géricault, Courbet, Millet, Van Gogh, Redon, Monet, Picasso, César Baldacinin, and a few others. It also features significant historical figures such as Victor Hugo, the Goncourt brothers, Charles de Gaulle, and many others through their quotations. The mixture of quotes from prominent political and philosophical figures associated with the works of illustrious painters forms an exciting blend.


In 2023, the book «L’art raconté crûment» is also released, which uncompromisingly describes the provocative, comical, and sometimes unsettling aspects of great painters from the 19th to the 20th century. Painters such as Auguste Renoir, James Tissot, Degas, Manet, Picasso, Bacon, and a few others are psychologically dissected for the better and the worse. - instagram : jeanlucangrand

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