Guillaume Azoulay, a self-taught artist, was born in Casablanca, Morocco in 1949. His parents settled in Paris when Azoulay was ten and by the age of thirteen, he was sketching and selling his drawings on the streets and planning his career as an artist.
Azoulay’s art centers on his ability to convey a purity of individual lines intricately joined to create an overpowering illusion of fluid motion and life. Line is the key element of design in his artwork.
Internationally appreciated and collected, one of Azoulay’s most notable accomplishments is in 1978, two of his works were accepted into the permanent collection at the Louvre Museum in Paris. Azoulay is currently the youngest artist to be accepted in the permanent archives of the Louvre.