Gerard Economos was born in Paris in 1935. He studied architecture for years and devoted himself to painting in 1958. His meeting with Jean Cocteau was decisive. He has illustrated many works by writers such as Jean Cocteau, Jean Giono, Yves Navarre, Henry Queffelec, Lawrence Durrell, Roger Peyrefitte and Nobels.

Our Fine Art Gallery has the finest quality Gerard Economos original paintings. We have a large inventory available off-site and we encourage you to make an appointment to see specific works you are looking to collect. We are happy to meet you at either our art gallery showroom or at your home or office for a private presentation.

About Gerard Economos

Of Greek ancestry, Gérard
 Economos was born in Paris in 
1935. Since 1978, Economos resided in Guadalajara, Mexico, a city 
that became his refuge from a very
 busy world traveling schedule. He
studied Architecture and Urbanism at the 
Fine Arts School in Paris and launched 
his career as a painter in 1953. In time he
 established close relationships with many artistic and literary icons, among them 
Jean Cocteau, Michel del Castillo,
Lawrence Durrell and Jean Giono.
In 2005, the French Government awarded him the highest distinction in France, the “Legion d’Honeur” medal.