Jean Fusaro is a French Painter who lives and works in Lyon. He was a student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Lyon for five years in which he became a professor until 1970. His work is included in numerous exhibitions, including Paris at the Salon d’Automne “Painters and Witnesses of their Time”. He received the Feneon Prize in 1953. His first solo exhibition was held in Lyon in 1947.
Fusaro’s Abstract paintings have a strong desire for simplicity. His very unusual scenes are of landscapes, using a great range of cool colours.