Subtle and Soft Signed Watercolor Prints by Antoine Chapon
Beautiful watercolor scenes by internationally acclaimed St. Martin artist Antoine Chapon add a touch of class and calm to your home or office.  These images will truly put you in a relaxed island state of mind.

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Born in Bordeaux, France in 1952, Antoine Chapon is a self-taught painter who first started as a photographer.  In 1981 Antoine sailed to the West Indies and settled on the small island of St. Martin.  He now works and resides in the beautiful home he designed, enjoying the stunning views overlooking the beautiful Cul de Sac Bay.

Antoine works primarily in watercolor, but works in other mediums such as oils as well. His work is recognized by a personal technique that combines the Caribbean’s vibrant transparencies and deep shades.  Chapon’s paintings evoke and reflect the calming and serene spirit of the Caribbean island he calls home.

Over the past several years he has exhibited in the Caribbean Islands of St Martin, Antigua, St Barths, Curacao, and the US Virgin Islands, as wells as Los Angeles, and Paris. Portions of this content excerpted from The Anguillan, 2006.

Image Area Size (not total page size): Grand Case in St. Martin 10″ x 10″, Le Veranda 13″ x 10″, Palm and Breeze 19.5″ x 13″, Reflection 10.5″ x 13″, Waiting for the Race 13.5″ x 9″.  Each print includes substantial white margin for ease of mounting, and is delivered rolled in heavy cardboard tube for maximum protection.

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Weight 1.5 lbs
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Grand Case in St. Martin, Le Veranda, Palm and Breeze, Reflection, Waiting For The Race

Reviews (2)


  1. Frank Bright


    I just saw Antione Chapon’s work in person at a Gallery in St. Marteen. He combines beauty with a calmness and serenity rarely seen by other watercolor painters.
    His colors have the magical quality of perfect beauty and transparency, all at once. His healthy use of white space underscores the calmness and beauty of his work.
    Mr. Chapon is a rare gem I am glad to have discovered in my short visit to St. Marteen.

    • JVByTheSea


      Thank you for sharing your interest in Mr. Chapon’s work. He remains quite popular, and is a personal favorite.