Raoul P. Brosseau is a Breton painter. Based in Nantes, Raoul P. Brosseau has always painted. After classes in drawing, modeling and a short stint at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Nantes, he expresses himself through his brushes but his creative drive goes beyond the pictorial expression since he plays the ukulele and sings in a group, writes news and chronicles. But above all, he prefers the experimentation of different techniques via acrylic painting and this in the solitude of his studio. "When I'm facing my easel, nothing else exists, except this face to face with my characters, mirrors of introspection and expression of the feeling of the moment. " Raoul P. Brosseau then tells the contradiction or the complementary character of being imbued with gentleness but against a backdrop of hardness. To love the company of others and to flee it if possible. Say the truth but wear a mask, a disguise sometimes as a lie. "Faced with all this, humor is an important part of my personality and I like it from my work. It is for me an essential element that makes life easier and erases the vanity of existence. " A swimming enthusiast in chlorinated waters, this aquatic activity has inspired his strange characters, who swimmers, become "Raouls", ie swimmers who do not swim but who, in all circumstances, wear their jerseys, even their hats. "My characters do not always look very nice. They watch you, test you to find out if you are one of them. Distrustful or cautious, a "Raoul" can not be allowed ... "