Henrijean was born in Clermont-Ferrand in 1965. He graduated from Clermont-Ferrand’s Ecole des Beaux-arts in 1990. His first works quickly adopt the codes of conceptual art and he realizes several installations using firefighting equipments: extinguishers, buckets… After attending two Salon de Mai in Paris in 1996 and 1997, two books, Vues à 24 heures d’ici and Sens, were published summing up his last Dadaist influenced artworks. In 2003, Henrijean chose only to work on canvas with three unique colors: red, with and black. The same year, he is referenced in the Who’s Who of International Art and gets his first auctioneer quotation on the next year. Then, come a referencing at the Monaco Modern Art Museum and several exhibitions in Clermont-Ferrand, Anvers and London, in 2006. The first book introducing all the paintings and their texts is published in 2007; this is Le Vent vient de la Mer. Between 2008 and 2009, the artist’s work is exhibited repeatedly at the Galerie Turlure, in Le Havre; but also Rue de Seine, in Paris in 2008. The next and fourth publication, Allées, presents all of the artist’s work in general and many canvases in situ. In 2013, a previously unseen exhibition takes 50 paintings and 20 Henrijean’s drawings to Grevenmacher, Luxembourg. Two major exhibitions took place in Paris in 2014 & 2016. Henrijean lives in Auvergne and works in two different studios on every sizes of canvas and various materials.