Pierre Patry

Galaxy

Galaxy

68x55

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Lune de Mars

Lune de Mars

10x24

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Champs de Mars

Champs de Mars

10x24

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Serenity

Serenity

54x70

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Impression

Impression

36x48

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Black Hole

Black Hole

24x70

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Nid d'étoiles

Nid d'étoiles

24x70

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Sunset

Sunset

18x52

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Éblouissement

Éblouissement

16x20

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O-vive

O-vive

19x15

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City

City

16x23

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Flou

Flou

12x18

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Tumble

Tumble

56x51

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Ensoleillement

Ensoleillement

16x20

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Habitat

Habitat

15x48

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Ondulation

Ondulation

23x30

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Blues

Blues

11x9

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8H 08

8H 08

32x48

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Owl La La

Owl La La

17x12

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Lake view

Lake view

36x48

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Carrousel

Carrousel

60x40

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Mimi

Mimi

30x24

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Autoportrait

Autoportrait

30x24

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 Effleure

Effleure

54x40

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Adieu

Adieu

9.5x6.5

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 Ado

Ado

9.5x6.5

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Otage

Otage

9.5x6.5

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Energik

Energik

24x31

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Translucide

Translucide

20x24

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Avenue

Avenue

55x32

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Light on

Light on

55x32

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Clairière

Clairière

14x11

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Anabelle

Anabelle

16x20

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Ebleui

Ebleui

11x15

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Olives-tomates

Olives-tomates

16x16

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Pégase

Pégase

10x12

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Véranda de verre

Véranda de verre

20x16

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03-08-99

03-08-99

14x11

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19-06-99

19-06-99

11x14

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10-04-99

10-04-99

11x14

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28.06.99 Target

28.06.99 Target

14x10

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30-05-99

30-05-99

14x11

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04-06-99

04-06-99

14x11

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8 Juin 99

8 Juin 99

11x15

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The work in short

There's nothing intellectual about Pierre Patry's adventure in painting. He simply lives his art as if each day were his last. He attacks his canvases like a beast. His most recent works resonate with throbbing colours, a chromatic eruption where pure tones leap out with passion, if not violence.
The artist constructs his surfaces through the use of colour and form, structuring space into zones that give the whole a sense of rhythm. He does not seek to represent physical reality, but rather the relationship he maintains with it. His approach is an attempt to translate into visual terms the interrelation that exists between two distinct entities - reality and imagination - and thereby express both their differences and the qualities that unite them.

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