Philippe Dutilleul




1946   Born in Tourcoing France 

1960-63   Saint-Luc Institute of Art in Tournai Belgium 

1969-78   Official Restorer at the Museums of Fine-Arts in Strasbourg France 

1980   Exhibition at the Blondel Gallery in Paris 

1985 and 1987   Exhibitions at FIAC with the Blondel Gallery in Paris 

1998   Exhibition at R E Welch Gallery - Palm Desert USA 

2006   Exhibition at R E Welch Gallery – Seattle USA 

2017   Exhibition at RL Fine Arts - New York USA 

2017   Friends of  the Salon d’Automne Prize in Paris 

2021 Exhibition at Château de Barjac France 

2022 Exhibition at Château de Pondres Villevieille France 

1975-1990-2017-2022 Participations in the Salon d'Automne in Paris 

2023  Becomes Member at Salon d'Automne in Paris 

2023 Exhibition at Philippe Decorde Gallery in Strasbourg France 

2023 Exhibition at Maison des Rel. Intern. Nelson Mandela in Montpellier France 

2023 Take part in an exhibition of Les Amis du Salon d'Automne 

at the Galerie Etienne de Causans in Paris 

2023 Is invited to St-ART by the Galerie Decorde in Strasbourg 

2024 Is invited by the Salon d'Automne in Paris 

2024 Will take part in an exhibition at the National Art Center in Tokyo 

Philippe Dutilleul 

J.J.J. Portrait 

Hans Holbein 

Georg Giese Portrait 

Philippe Dutilleul inspired from Paul Delvaux and Th. Chasseriau  

Antonello da Messina 

Rogier Van der Weyden 

Philippe Dutilleul 



Re-creations of Old Masters 


"I am passionate about Old Masters.   

Throughout my career, I learnt the techniques of the great artists, but also their art and some of their secrets. 

This continuel passion has familiarised them to the point of allowing me,  

when I replicate their works, to customise them, 

adding a personal touch according to my own sensitivity and creativity.  

But, in all humility, creating exact copies of the paintings is just as satisfying as is the discovery of the infinite subtleties that these works inspire in me." 


Landscapes and Still-life Painting 


My work on landscapes or still-life is an unending quest for the play of light  

between the elements that make up the painting. I capture the vibration of the air  

and the quivering of nature that I mold in a rich luminous matter. 

I get immense pleasure from portraying these subtle plays on light.