Yetvart Kaprielian was born on July 7, 1959, in Antony, Hauts de Seine. At the age of 22, this French neo-impressionist began painting landscapes of the Ile-de-France, Normandy, Brittany and Provence. The riverbanks of the Seine and the Oise, in each season, are among his favorite motifs.
Forever in search of perfect light, Kaprielian plays with transparency of colors in order to attain a harmony of reflections that recall the great painters of the Impressionist school. In his landscapes and seascapes he seeks to express the construction of his work through delicate touches of luminescent and sparkling hues.
The waterside communities in Kaprielian’s paintings are a perfect balance of serenity and bustling activity. He so well captures quaint village life in a sophisticated and detailed way.
Since 1984, he has regularly been shown in several salons in Paris and at exhibitions in France and abroad. His work continues to garner enthusiasm in the art world as he continues to paint with the quality and determination of his impressionist predecessors. Among his most recent collectors is the Royal Family of Morocco.