Michèle Létang

Flowers, animals, art deco motifs … Michèle Létang has mastered both ultra realism, always tinged with softness, as well as graphic lines with a timeless style.

Michèle began her career at J Walter Thompson and is a graduate of the Fine Arts School. She is a talented designer and colourist at the service of advertising. She collaborated with several major agencies, then moved to Ibiza to take inspiration from this sun-soaked island and its Mediterranean energy.
After a career as a watercolour painter, she put the light poetry of her drawings at the service of Pierre-Yves Rochon, with whom she has displayed major projects (the Carlton in Cannes, the Georges V in Paris, the Peninsula in Shanghai, the Hermitage in Monaco, the grand hotel in Saint jean cap ferrat …). In particular, she signs gigantic murals with dreamlike and figurative drawings, notably found at the Waldorf in Beverly Hills.

Since then, she has worked regularly with Thevenon


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