Guy de Rougemont explores the art deco (especially with Gromaire ) then spent two years at the Casa de Velázquez ( 1962 – 1964 ). He quickly participates in his first exhibitions, such as Paris Biennale 1965 and the May Fair1966.
It seeks to remove the border between arts, including sculpture and painting, and is involved in daily traffic areas, squares and streets.
His achievements include those of the Saint-Louis Hospital , the RER station Marne-la-Vallée , the forecourt of the Musée d’Orsay , the Hakone Open Air Museum in Japan , or the Place Albert Thomas to Villeurbanne , the Hofgarten in Bonn , the Metropolitan Park of Quito in Ecuador , the shelter and care of Nanterre , where he made a mural of 300 meters long …
However, he continues to paint and is also lithographer and designer.