Born in Luxemburg in 1936, art studies in Zurich and Vienna.
The landscapes that Roger paints are imaginary. Each painting is a travel to an unknown world where forms and colours are become entangled. This generates plenty of feelings and images, coming from the artist's imagination. Roger gives his landscapes another reality than that of a landscape fixed in its immutability.
Teacher of Art history at the Miami University from 1970 to 1977. He created a stamp for the Olympic Games in 1976. In 1971 he was awarded the Grand Duke Adolphe Prize. He was Secrétaire du Cercle Artistique CAL (Artistic Circle of Luxemburg) from 1968 to 1980.
In 2000 Art Prize at an international exhibition of Limes. He currently lives and works in Luxemburg.