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Gabriel Bonmati, modern surrealist painter

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The artist is a man of many cultures, a painter without boundaries; in his universe, the imagination draws on elements borrowed through-out time and history. Each Bonmati painting has a title, the finishing touch. The viewer must search for the prose fragments at the back of a fold, or in the middle of fabrics, but they are always present. The painter does not borrow the short phrases, he invents them. No attempt is made to transmit a message. Instead, the painter invokes serenity. Bonmati is a modern surrealist.

Growing up in Morocco, educated in France, and inspired by Quebec, Gabriel Bonmati dismisses noting he was exposed to. His romantic paintings are an accumulation of his travels and experiences. He often paints women of nobility that are adorned with bejeweled headdresses in a middle-eastern décor, seemingly set in the mountains of Charlevoix. Every so often, he incorporates symbolic royal elements like kings and horses into his pieces. Most striking are his delicate female figures that seem to invite the viewer into the Bonmati world. In this imaginary world, they are the queens and we are their subordinates.

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Gabriel Bonmati, modern surrealist painter

  1. 1. The artwork of Gabriel Bonmati (1928-2005) is a mixture of choice ingredients inspired by his travels around the world. It all started in Morocco in 1928, when he was born into a French/Spanish household. He began his studies in French which eventually lead him to the Paris School of Fine Arts. From 1952-1965 he taught at a girls' high school in Casablanca. At that time, he was also painting and began to exhibit his work in 1965. The same year he was appointed head of the Educational Documentation Center at the Nice Academy by the French ministry of Education. Although he had a successful career, he continued to paint and exhibit in Menton, Monte Carlo and Nice. Like much of the world, he attended Expo '67 in Montreal and fell in love with the Quebec Landscape. He exhibited some of his work in Montreal and then worked his way to the United States. Meanwhile in France, curators were exhibiting his paintings with the likes of Salvador Dali and Marc Chagall. He holds his own next to these masters with his unique color palette and his ability to understand and recreate the world around him.  
  2. 2. A travers l’instant
  3. 3. A-t-elle été
  4. 4. Au commencement était le printemps
  5. 5. Des morceaux du temps Tout en imaginant le jour
  6. 6. Dame, d'ou que tu sois
  7. 7. Bienau-delàdusilence
  8. 8. Un murmure
  9. 9. Alors que s'enfuient les heures
  10. 10. Au-delà du temps Entre la nuit et le jour et l'amour
  11. 11. De la profondeur des nuits Depuis toujours
  12. 12. De tous les joyaux Encore moins une pensée
  13. 13. Des heures a l'infini
  14. 14. Des l'instant du jour
  15. 15. Desmotsauparfumdefruit
  16. 16. Des profondeurs du temps Pour un soupir
  17. 17. Derrière une lune éclatée Et il y aura demain
  18. 18. Du temps des rêves infinis quand demain devient hier
  19. 19. Du fond de la nuit En croyant que tout est vrai
  20. 20. Du chuchotement des fleurs
  21. 21. Douce comme un été
  22. 22. Du temps qui fuit
  23. 23. Des visages sortis d'ailleurs
  24. 24. Dès que s'éveillera la terre
  25. 25. Combien de cavaliers perdus dans les rêves
  26. 26. Comme un matin musicale
  27. 27. Comme une brise de mai
  28. 28. D'ailleurs un regard une attente
  29. 29. Viens, écoute les feuilles de l'automne
  30. 30. Ungoutderose
  31. 31. Sound: Cecilia Bartoli: Maurice Ravel – Étude (en forme de habanera); Georges Bizet - Adieux de l'hôtesse arabe Text and pictures: Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2012

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