Claire Tabouret studied at the L'École des Beaux-Arts, Paris. Tabouret was motivated by a sensitivity to the passing of time and the vulnerability of human relationships. Her painting practice takes a closer look at childhood enigmas, the individual isolated or within a group. Tabouret is good at composing group portraits, which connects to the audience's personal experiences, and recalls the magnificent paintings created by romantic artists. The recent mural realized at Fabrègues Castle in the south of France, is an example of the timeless and sometimes carnivalesque universe that the artist creates in her paintings. Her works are collected by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Miami Perez Art Museum, Musée des Beaux Arts de Montréal, Pinault Collection and other institutes like Yuz Museum in Shanghai.