Guillaume Azoulay is self-taught, his art, far from quotidian, transcends the faddish and the pretentious. His style is so unique that it is instantly recognized, unmistakably so. Horses, dancers and figures are treated as graphic landscapes. Hooves, heads, manes, limbs, are so many hills and valleys. Shaded glades are evoked by the manipulation of parallel lines theatrically meandering, running close at times then separating to mimic the topography of some lost geography. Internationally appreciated and collected, his work adds an important dimension to any art collection.