John T of Zwart settled in France to paint after having exposed several times to the Netherlands and in Belgium. After the Royal Academy of the Art schools of the Hague, it teaches at the department of publicity at the Mondrian Institute before obtaining the diploma of designer in visual communication.
The artist is inspired by elements which account for the modern society: dynamism, speed, cheerfulness, as well as sadness and loneliness in a stressed company. One can find speed, l.action and the force in paintings: qu.il in general s.agisse sport, motorcyclists or cars; d.autres tables, on the other hand, shows cheerfulness by music and beautiful women. Sadness, L isolement of l.homme modern in a company renfrogn?e s.expriment by contemplative tables, in which there are people contained behind their cold mask, alive coast at coast, but not together.