Born March 20 1949, Victor Spahn is a French painter of Russian origin.
The artist drop out of school at an early age and started doing little works before joining the atelier of a ceramic tile manufacturer. He eventually set up his own mosaic decoration company in 1968. Two years later, he obtained his first prize in New York for a mosaic table and participated in several exhibitions such as the Independent Artist Fair and the Fair of French Artists.
His meeting with Andre Lanskoy led him to try himself in painting. Thanks to the teachings of this great painter, Victor Spahn exposed his pieces in 1971. He made his first Individual exposition in 1975 at the Liszt Gallery in Paris and the following year the Toyota company dedicated him an exposition.
He quickly became part of the world of sports by making several posters that he created for the Open Golf Peugeot, The Perrier Tournament, The World Polo Championship, The French Rugby Stadium and the Formula 1 Grand Prix. His works have earned him the nickname of "painter of movement".
In the early 2000s, he started working on a project about the landscapes and cities of the world and worked with luxury brands such as Lancel.
Oeuvres de l'artiste