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Paul Bergignat
Vieux couple
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
97 x 130 cm
Paul Bergignat
Contre-jour
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
80 x 80 cm
Paul Bergignat
Si vite
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
97 x 130 cm
Paul Bergignat
Sous un nuage noir
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
80 x 100 cm
Paul Bergignat
Traces
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
97 x 130 cm
Paul Bergignat
La strada
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
50 x 50 cm
Paul Bergignat
Le plat pays
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
50 x 50 cm
Paul Bergignat
Once upon a time
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
30 x 30 cm
Paul Bergignat
Horizon
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
50 x 150 cm
Paul Bergignat
Ensemble c'est tout
Technique
oil on wood
Dimensions
20 x 60 cm
Paul Bergignat
Rêve d'ailes
Technique
oil on wood
Dimensions
30 x 30 cm
Paul Bergignat
Si douce
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
80 x 80 cm
Paul Bergignat
Seascape
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
60 x 120 cm
Paul Bergignat
Rendez-vous
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
100 x 100 cm
Paul Bergignat
Ouvrir les fenêtres
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
100 x 100 cm
Paul Bergignat
Outdoor
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
40 x 80 cm
Paul Bergignat
Juste lâcher prise
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
97 x 162 cm
Paul Bergignat
Into the wild
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
146 x 114 cm
Paul Bergignat
Couleur café
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
97 x 162 cm
Paul Bergignat
Carnet de voyage
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
120 x 100 cm
Paul Bergignat
Basses terres
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
60 x 120 cm
Paul Bergignat
Arrêt sur image
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
100 x 80 cm
About the artist

Born in 1954, near Lyon, Paul Bergignat now lives in the Cévennes in France.

Paul paints silent mysterious landscapes that have an unreal quality.

Vast skies, a row of trees barely outlined by a hint of light on the horizon, timelessness… 

Paul’s pictorial universe often suggests solitude and the loss of points of reference. His unusual perspectives evoke a reassuring sense of otherness, elsewhere… They have a certain grace. The tones appear timeless. Yet, nature is not hostile, despite the darkness of the paintings. The observer is invited to reflect, to dwell on a memory, an emotion. 

Like the romantic painters, Paul draws on his subconscious. He evokes the inner self to create a universal terra incognita. By following different byways, he imagines new horizons, seeking to generate an emotion, to grasp what the world has lost: a transient original state.