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Bernard Buffet (1928-1999)
at Denis Bloch Fine Art

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St. Tropez (Sorlier 278)
 Bernard Buffet 

 St. Tropez (Sorlier 278)  - click to enlarge

DEPART POUR LA PECHE
 Bernard Buffet 

DEPART POUR LA PECHE - click to enlarge

Flower Bouquet
 Bernard Buffet 

Flower Bouquet - click to enlarge

Hotel de la Poste
 Bernard Buffet 

Hotel de la Poste - click to enlarge

L'embouchure de L'Odet
 Bernard Buffet 

L'embouchure de L'Odet - click to enlarge

LA CAFETIERE
 Bernard Buffet 

LA CAFETIERE - click to enlarge

Le Clocher de Sauzon
 Bernard Buffet 

Le Clocher de Sauzon - click to enlarge

LE COQ (THE ROOSTER)
 Bernard Buffet 

LE COQ (THE ROOSTER) - click to enlarge

Les Moulins
 Bernard Buffet 

Les Moulins - click to enlarge

NOTRE DAME DE LORETTE ET LE SACRE COEUR
 Bernard Buffet 

NOTRE DAME DE LORETTE ET LE SACRE COEUR - click to enlarge

Paravent
 Bernard Buffet 

Paravent - click to enlarge

Phare et Bateau de Peche
 Bernard Buffet 

Phare et Bateau de Peche - click to enlarge

ROSE BOUQUET
 Bernard Buffet 

ROSE BOUQUET - click to enlarge

U.N.O.
 Bernard Buffet 

U.N.O. - click to enlarge
  

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Biography

Bernard Buffet was an acclaimed artist by the age of twenty on account of his distinctive style and apparent talent. Buffet worked as a painter, etcher, lithographer, designer, and sculptor and produced religious pieces, landscapes, portraits and still-lifes. Buffet’s work had a consistent somber mood that seemed to represent the atmosphere of the post-war period. Buffet's success skyrocketed in the 1950’s, and he then received an overflow of commissions. Consequently, his work took on a more decorative approach and lost the impact that made him famous in the first place. Buffet committed suicide in 1999.

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