Paul-Armand Gette

French , 1927 -

Since 1970, Paul Armand Gette has built a singular work, nourished by a constant obsession with two themes, that of the landscape and the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčnature, as well as that of the study of the model. Their articulation is made around the female body and its possible metamorphoses, finding its perfect incarnation in the figure of the nymph, that woman-nature that the artist borrows from the Greek and Roman mythologies. Gette has built over the years a hedonistic and pagan world populated by goddesses.

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