Born in Saint-Cantin, France; Paul Guiramand has been awarded as one of the most important french artists after the World War II, as Bernard Buffet. In 1957, Guiramand won the Menton Biennale and Salon des Jeunes Peintres. He was the student of the famous artist Maurice Brianchon, and traveled a lot in western Europe during his early life. Influenced by Matisse and P. Bonnard, the creation themes of Guiramand are always related to music, horses and flower. With bright colors and strong brushwork, he is good at describing the abstractive ambience with the figurative objet. Guiramand's work is collected by Musée d'Art Modern de Ville de Paris, National Library of France, Besançon Fine Arts Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, New Otani Museum in Japan, Tainan Yung Tu Museum of Art.