Isabelle Bonzom is an artist born in France. After earning a doctorate in art, she pursued post doctorate studies at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts of Paris, focusing there on fresco and art philosophy. She completed her studies at the Sorbonne. In 2010, she authored a reference book about buon fresco, "La fresque, art et technique" (Eyrolles Publishing house). She is an oil painter, a watercolorist and fresco painter. Her painting has been exhibited in art centers, museums and galleries since 1987 and is held by public and private collections, notably in France, Belgium, Mexico, South Korea and the United States. See Biography.
She has given lectures at various prestigious institutions, among them are the National Museum of Modern Art (Pompidou Center) in Paris, the National Gallery of Art in Washington as well as the Institut d'Études Supérieures des Arts, in Paris and the New York Academy of Art. Isabelle Bonzom was awarded a grant from the Kress Foundation in support of her talk « Goya affresco » given at the annual College Art Association conference, in Los Angeles on February 2018, as part of the « Working out of medium » panel organized by David Pullins, curator at the Frick Collection.
“Goya Affresco”, a talk by art researcher Isabelle Bonzom