Luc Dondeyne is a Belgian artist, born in 1956 in Sint-Joost-ten-Node, Brussels. He is known for his versatile work as a painter, draftsman, and printmaker.

After completing his studies at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels, where he graduated in 1978, Dondeyne began his artistic career. His work is often characterized by a combination of realism and a touch of absurdism. He is known for his ability to depict everyday subjects in an intriguing and often humorous manner.

Dondeyne’s paintings and drawings often feature surrealistic elements, transforming everyday objects and scenes into narrative compositions with a twist. His use of color and brushstrokes contributes to the liveliness and expressive power of his work.

In addition to his solo exhibitions, Dondeyne has also participated in numerous group exhibitions in Belgium and beyond. His work is included in various public and private collections.

Over the years, Luc Dondeyne has built a reputation as a versatile artist who continues to evolve and experiment with his artistic expression. His unique style and vivid imagination have earned him a prominent place in the contemporary Belgian art world.