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The Art of Stephane Tartelin

The art of Stéphane Tartelinencompasses diverse amounts of revelatory beauty. From scenes ofsubjects in the throes of passion to those in the midst ofenlightenment, Tartelin is able to capture with absolute artisticintegrity the subject of the female mystique. His work can be foundin magazines and galleries throughout the world and isn't limited tojust graphite and colored pencil, his abilities reach far and wide aswell from 3D modeling to animation. Stéphane is based in Paris,France.

The art of Stéphane Tartelinencompasses diverse amounts of revelatory beauty. From scenes ofsubjects in the throes of passion to those in the midst ofenlightenment, Tartelin is able to capture with absolute artisticintegrity the subject of the female mystique. His work can be foundin magazines and galleries throughout the world and isn’t limited tojust graphite and colored pencil, his abilities reach far and wide aswell from 3D modeling to animation. Stéphane is based in Paris,France. – Zach Tutor

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