Le Roses Tremieres

24 x 29

Le Printemps a Fountainebleu

24 x 29

Yolande Ardissone 

Yolande Ardissone was born in Normandy in 1927, of an Italian father and a Ukrainian mother. At the age of seventeen, she left for Paris to begin her art studies at the Ecole des Arts Appliques and the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere. Two years later, she transfers to Ecole des Beaux-Arts and studied in the Atelier of Unterstellar.

Though she has traveled throughout the world, Ardissone is primarily a painter of Brittany. She is well known for her landscapes and marine paintings. Her vivid, impressionistic style was strongly influenced by Renoir, Gauguin and Especially Van Gogh. She is a true colorist who captures the life, movement and excitement of her subjects.  Her canvasses are painted with a strongly colored palette and a mature technique were that allows her textured paint to radiate a natural and joyful dynamism.

The artist's paintings have been purchased by the French Government, the City of Paris, The Ile-de-France Museum, the Marine Museum, Saint Cyprien Museum, Saint Maur Museum and numerous private collectors. She is the recipient of the Silver Medal from the City of Paris. In addition to exhibitions in her native France, her works are displayed in the United States, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, England and South America. 

Salon des Artistes Francais
Salon d'Automne
Salon de la Jeune Peinture
Salon du Dessin et la Peinture a l'Eau
Salon de la Societe Nationale des Beaux Arts
Salon des Independants
Salon de la Marine
Salon Comparaisons
Terres Latines
Grandes et Jeunes d'Aujord'hui
Les Peintures les Temoins de leur Temps
Wall Findlay Galleries


Prix Greenshields, Paris
Societe des Amateurs d'Art, Paris
La Peinture Francais, Vichy
La Vigne et vin, Chateau Lascombe, Margaux
Medaille d'Argent





Bateaux a Bele Ile

29 x 36

Le Phare de Saizon

29 x 36