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Melain N'zindou

Melain is a young Congolese painter. He paints with natural pigments, powerful hues. "Africa is needed when I choose my colors." His work is a tribute to women. He paints their gentleness and dignity. The pregnant mother carrying the child or nursing is often a subject of his work. Melain grew up in an artistic environment in Brazzaville, capital of Congo. In 1995, he fled his country because of civil war. Upon his arrival in Paris, his goal was to continue his studies. Despite all his efforts and sacrifices, he found it to be too expensive. He left for the Charente and felt the challenge of becoming a recognized artist. This is what he is trying to achieve today through hard work and exhibitions.

   
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