Jean-Pierre Rousset is a US photographer and painter native from France who lives in Maine, USA. He is renowned for his photographic work about UNESCO World Heritage (in category Landscapes, Cathedrals, most beautiful Villages and Cities.) He owns one of the major European stock agencies specialized in covering the Way of Saint James, a pilgrimage which was recognized as the First European Cultural Itinerary in 1987. His pictures appear in an art books collection which was published in 1998, as well as in many magazines in Europe. He also works for museums, galleries, collectors and artists as a specialist of photography of fine art and color management.
Selected artists Jean-Pierre Rousset has been commissioned to photograph in various museums, galleries, artists studios, private and public collections:
Amedeo Modigliani, Fernand Leger, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Aristide Maillol, Erro, Eugène Boudin, Gérard Garouste, Alberto Giacometti, James Rosenquist, Jean Dufy, Raoul Dufy, Léon Bonnat, Marie Laurencin, Paul Lecomte, Tony Salamanca, Robert Combas, Fernando Botero, Pierre Soulages, Victor Vasarely, Damien Hirst, Cesar, Auguste Rodin, Xiaogang Zhang, Kate Cheney-Chappell...