Born in Nice where he lived during his childhood with his Italian parents, precocious painter and sculptor, Moretti left behind him a considerable artistic work. Drawings, monuments, magazine covers or the acronym of the French Judicial Police, Moretti has collaborated in numerous artistic projects. He made many drawings and gouaches with the writer and painter Jean Cocteau before being friends with Pablo Picasso. His pencil line is recognizable between thousand.
In 1977, Moretti appointed Armand and Georges Israël to defend him on the national and international artistic scene. An alliance of more than 20 years which lead to many books of bibliophily and more than two hundred exhibitions of the painter in the world. His greatest works are the sculpture "The Monster" 5 floors height and located in La Défense in Paris (see picture attached) and the fresco of 200m2 dedicated to the History of Humanity located in the "Forum des Halles" also in Paris.
Raymond Moretti's pencil line is recognizable between thousand: long lines in his drawings, bright colors or black and white, portraits of personalities from the political, artistic (like Beethoven in the picture attached) or media world. At the end of the 1970s, he designed the Kallista watch, the most expensive watch in the world at this time, realized with 118 diamonds made by Vacheron Constantin in Geneva, Switzerland.