Didier Trombini was born June 6th, 1964, in the French village Remiremont and went to the School of Arts in Lier, Belgium. Afterwards he went to college to study for painter at the Academy of Antwerp. Finally, he also studied sculpture in evening classes in Lier. The human being is, in every shape and form, the centre of his art. Henry Ward Beecher once said: “Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.”
This is what Didier Trombini accomplishes in all of his works.
His works have something exuberant, an expressive language that is just that little more flamboyant than one would expect from a northerner.
The more wide, southern motion is translated to compositions that don’t spat off the canvas but nevertheless show enough southern self-conscience to not hide behind a surface.
The comparison to the naturalistic character is in this matter very obvious: when you absorb some of Didier Trombini’s works one after the other, you can actually feel the roaring core and that of the unavoidable result.
Honest, amazing art with deep roots.