Claude Lacaze (b. 1938) born in Angouleme, France, is a French painter associated with the ‘Post-Cubist’ movement.He first studied at Lycee Montaigne in Bordeaux and later attended l’Ecole des Beaux Art de Bordeaux. His artistic style blends cubism with influences from artists such as Pablo Picasso and Braque, especially evident in his works that have a collage-like appearance. The artist also had a distinctive interpretation of subjects, colors, and cubist style, and his later work transformed into more sensual compositions, featuring women and a more fluid line. The artist has exhibited at Galerie Tison d’Argence in Angoulême, Galerie du Loup and Musée des Beaux Arts in Bordeaux, and Galerie Visconiti, among others.