Felix Anaut studied at the L’ecole de Montparnasse d’Art et Dessin” in Paris in 1978-79, and has lived in Madrid, Tangier, Ibiza, England, Belfast. In 1986 he became a member of the Association of Irish Artists. He currently lives and paints in South West France and spends some time in his studio in Ireland.
In December 2003 Felix was awarded the "Career Recognition" award at the Florence Biennale 2003. in 2005 Felix Anaut was been listed by the Spanish national newspaper, El Mundo, in their annual year review as one of the most influential personalities in the Arts, 2005-2006.
He has exhibited widely since 1978 and has had many solo and group exhibitions in France, Ireland, Spain, Italy and the UK
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His recent works have been inspired by music, in particular Baroque music, and the sysnaethesia between this and visual art.
As well as working on paper and canvas, Felix Anaut has also developed his work by applying the Visual Music artwork to large, unique earthenware forms created in collaboration with the Abio Brothers in Spain.
Felix's works are held in numerous private collections throughout Europe, The United States of America and Australia, and in several public Institutions including: Museum of Contemporary Art, Naples; Ulster Museum; Instituto Cervantes (Bordeaux & Dublin); Musea de Isaba (Navarra – Spain).
Following his "London Symphony" exhibited in 2010, Felix Anaut showed his "Zaragoza Visual Symphony" an exhibition of large paintings accompanied by music written by Gonzalo Alonso specifically for this event, in Zaragoza in 24 May 2011. The piece includes an aria written by Felix Anaut and to be sung by the international soprano Marta Almajano.