Born in 1955, in Orleans.

Lives today between San Francisco, Paris and the Camargue, near the Scamandre vineyards, which he helped establish among the great wines of the Rhône Valley.


In 1975 organizes his first exhibition at the Charles Peguy Museum in Orléans.

In 1979, with the Herzog family, Pierre Marie Brisson was introduced to engraving at the Pasnic workshop, in the 20th arrondissement of Paris.

In 1980, he made his first exhibition in New York, organized by the publisher.


Since 1981 his presence has grown in public and private collections in France, the United States, Germany, Japan, Italy, Argentina and Switzerland.


“Always fascinated by frescoes and old broken walls, I build my canvas by superimposing collages and papers where color is added and human forms, landscapes, plants and others are inscribed. I transform the too present ensemble by creating accidents, uprooting, to obtain wear so that the ensemble finds the link with our past. We find this same technique for my paintings on paper. »

Pierre Marie Brisson


Musée des Beaux Arts, Orléans, France
Musée de la Poste, Paris, France
Musée des Beaux Arts Gaillac, France
Musée Faure, Aix les Bains, France
Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, Belfort, France
Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France

Städtisches Museum, Gelsenkirchen, Allemagne
Achenbach Foundation, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, USA
Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, USA
George Pages Museum, Los Angeles, USA
Consulat Français, New York, USA
Jewish Museum, New York, USA


Dominique Bouchet, Restaurant, Paris, France
Carré Noir, Paris, France
Groupe Cartier, Paris, France
Société Générale, Paris, France
Lecoanet Hemant, Haute Couture, Paris, France
Zurich Assurances, Paris, France
Novotel collection, Groupe Accor, France

Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, USA
University of San Francisco, USA
Collection Nissan, Japon
Dominique Bouchet, Restaurant, Tokyo, Japon
Mr. Pier Luigi Loro Piana, private collection, Milan, Italy
Mrs. Amalia Fortabat, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Siège Rolex, Geneva, Switserland