Alain-Marcel Linse

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Linse in his workshop

Alain-Marcel Linse (born 1956 in Paris) is a French artist.

Linse was educated in Marcelin Berthelot college (Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, France) and then he studied at Beaux-arts school in Paris. He moved to Brazil in 1994 and studied etching with Paulo Lisboa at Guignard University of Art of Minas Gerais (Belo Horizonte, Brazil).

Linse is an abstract, but alludes to anatomicals. His work is often realised in bronze, but also sculpte stones, wood and steel. He use various media such as: painting, etching, drawing, ceramics. Linse's work includes small-scales and larger pieces, that cast in his own foundry.


  • Linse sculptures, Marc Perry, Sam Editions, 2005 (French) 96 pages
  • Peintures, Dantas Philippe, Sam Editions, 2001 (French) Out of print

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