Renowned Belgian contemporary artist Nadine Fiévet, 76, contacted the Demoucelle Parkinson Charity this summer, offering her unique expertise in order to support research into Parkinson’s disease.

She has donated her painting — “Playing Hide and Seek” — to DPC.

The Spring landscape acrylic and pencil painting will feature on the charity’s greetings card this year and proceeds from its sale will support research to find a cure for this neurodegenerative disease. 

Details of the sale are provided below. 

Nadine has been exhibiting her work since 1973. After studying at the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Mons, she taught at the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Tournai. Her work can be found in museums and private collections in Europe, Turkey, China, the United States and Australia.

To discover more about this artist painter, please visit her website.


How would you describe yourself and your particular artistic style?

I’m an artist, and my work is influenced by my life, my encounters and my travels.

After meeting writers, I created book-related objects.

Peru and the Nile have inspired me. Influenced by the pigeon-farming tradition in my region, I’ve painted pigeons; for an exhibition in Doha, falcons; and, used tracing paper for the anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo. A constantly changing, varied oeuvre.

My current work is more focused on colour and a kind of abstraction.

A common thread running through my work: “Always searching for the connection between the mind, the hand, and the material”.

Why have you chosen to support research to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease?

I was impressed by Patrick Demoucelle’s article in Le Vif this summer. It made me want to help the charity. I’m ready to help DPC organise an exhibition/sale of my work in order to raise funds.

What is your favourite motto/advice for life?

“Always in search of the absolute.”


‘Playing Hide and Seek’

Spring landscape – 2021

“I wanted to represent a feeling of renewal. It is a spontaneous creation.”

Size : 33X33 – 50×50 framed
Medium : Mixed media : Acrylic + Pencil on paper


Please send your bid to by January 31st, 2024. 

The highest offer, together with Parkinson’s research, will win!