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That which is infinitely large, infinitely small, the macrocosm, the microcosm, the everlasting quest of the spirit and its sensitive representation, all these make a whole in music and painting... 

From 1965 to 2006, extracted in the chronological order from a total from about 2.500 works : outside painting inspired by nature, workshop painting, formats ranging from 4-figure paintings to 3 times 120 figure works (works on paper, oil painting on canvas, or both). 

With a predilection for trees, which inspired
9/10th of my compositions
(referring to the tree of life). 

Some examples

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Sculptures and Froissages
 
Sculptures and Froissages 
 
Sculptures and Froissages 
 
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Sculptures and Froissages 
 
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Sculptures and Froissages 
 
Sculptures and Froissages 
 
Sculptures and Froissages 
 
Sculptures and Froissages 
 
Sculptures and Froissages 
 
Sculptures and Froissages 
 
Sculptures and Froissages 
 
Sculptures and Froissages 
 
Sculptures and Froissages 
 
Sculptures and Froissages 
 

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Architectural designs
 
Architectural designs 
 
Architectural designs 
 
Architectural designs 
 
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Architectural designs 
 
Architectural designs 
 
Architectural designs 
 

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Naked - Paintings from "Beaux-Arts" worked on a Mac
 
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The Mandalas
 
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Collectors (1962 to 1966)
 
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Official sales and prices
 
Ventes Officielles et cotes 
 
Ventes Officielles et cotes 
 
Ventes Officielles et cotes 
 

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170 cm x 110 cm
 

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160 cm x 120 cm
 

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160 cm x 135 cm
 

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200 cm x 130 cm
 

Musées Nationaux, Palais de l'Elysée, Mairie de Paris, Collections privées France et étranger

 


 

"With Guy Bezançon the spontaneity of the gesture, the impulsive freedom of the brush do allow form to stand out. They simplify it and reduce it to the essential, thanks to visual notations, punctuated by alterations (in a musical sense of the word). He refines the movement in an intense springing of his inspiration, when he conveys his emotions to viewer, thanks to a rigorous approach of the subject. The pictorial moment seizes us in its crude veracity : slices of sights, slices of lives, where the importance of the sign is essential".

His gestuals convey both form and spirit, the print and the trace in the vein of Japanese Zen.

His technique is varied : washing, collage, pastels, oils, and sometimes varnish, to play with, glossy and matt tones. ,thus accentuating the vibration of the canvas, the interplays of the matter, with the transparency, reaching a sensitivity that strikes us.

With humility, Guy Bezançon reminds me of a Zen maxim : "the ink guides the brush, the brush guides the hand..."

However, nothing is fortuitous and talent is present".

Michel Eyriey


"The elementary truths stand at the source of inspiration of Guy Bezançon, who is careful to focus on the essential. He knows how to dominate the dexterity that could diminish it, and he perfectly masters his virtuosity to preserve rigor.

And this art conveys a message which is serenity..."

Jean Razy


"An unending collection of canvases that are exceptionally rich and varied, as well as harmonious for their hues and full of vitality, from which stems - without the artist being conscious of this - the symbolical transmission of knowledge that could not be defined from a reasonable thought.

Full of inspiration and regeneration in its contraction of universal knowledge.

Suddenly the spirit stops and takes a rest to allow, to be replaced by the hands and the outlook, laden with the magnetism of its most elated thoughts, in order to better astonish the artist with the creation of his work.".

Michel Granger 

 


 

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