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Maryse Casol (born December 7, 1957) is a French contemporary artist and central figure in the Neo-Fauvism movement: an evolution from the Matisse, Vlaminck and Derain school of art. Renowned for her vibrant colours, exotic landscapes and blazing still lives, Casol uses painting to communicate Love, Faith and Spiritual Transcendence inspired from the thoughts of famous philosophers such as Aristotle, Maimonides, and Spinoza. The notions of time and space are essential in her works.
In 2008, Casol launches a square silk scarf collection made in Lyon, France by Bianchini-Férier, the leading firm since 1880 for luxury silks. Bianchini are the textile designers for Lanvin, Chanel, Versace, and other Haute Couture houses. They were also the first ones to work with famous artists such as Dufy, Picasso and Klimt on silk scarf collections.