Michel Moreno, born in 1945, developped early skills for painting.

Of Norman ancestry by his mother and Spanish by his father, he studied at the Art et Technique school in Paris. He began his work with a series of canvas representing fleshless and threadlike characters that he will later call his pessimistic expressionist period.

He carried on with his research by exploring the fields of the colour and the light.

Finally, in a manifesto published in 1976, he defined what he named the Syntho-Chromisme.

His passion for the Jazz of New Orleans sometimes gives rythm to his paintings.

His works were found in Chinese, Canadian, American, German and Swiss collections, in particular, in the Mr Oscar Ghez’s collection who founded the Musée Le petit Palais in Geneva, and of course, in the French ones.