Born in Paris in 1949, has painted and sculpted for over 35 years. His grand canvases shaped by a consciously classical slant and executed with traditional oil techniques, are witty, satirical and replete with carefully observed details. One side of him tends towards caricature and the grotesque, the other towards elegance and refinement. Bruet exhibitions have been sponsored by the French Ministry of Culture at the Thiers Museum in Metz, by the Institut de France in Paris and by the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris, but the artist has put on other shows of his own in Paris, Luxembourg, London, Vancouver and Ibiza…. He was also featured at the Paris Art Fair in 2012 and 2013 and is taking part in SH Contemporary 2014 in Shanghai. Artworks by Bruet have been commissioned by great French decorators such as Alberto Pinto, Frédéric Méchiche and Pierre-Yves Rochon. Many others can be found in collections around the world, as well as in famous luxury hotels like the George V, the Bristol and the Shangri-la in Paris and the Chalet du Mont d’Arbois in Megéve, the Hermés stores in Paris and in the Four Seasons hotels in Alexandria, Florence and London….