Paul Armand Gette was born in Lyon in 1927. He lives and works in Paris. Since 1970, Paul Armand Gette has built a singular work, nourish by a constant obsession for two themes: the landscapes and the concept of nature as well as the study of the model. Their articulation takes place around the female body and its possible metamorphoses. Its perfect embodiment is materialized in the figure of the nymph, a natural woman borrowed by the artist to Greek and Romans mythologies. Over the years, Paul Armand Gette has conceived a hedonist, heathen and populated with goddesses.

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  1. Cinématographies

    Paul Armand Gette
    Cinématographies

    €250.00

    Numbered copy

    252 pages
    26 x 29,5 cm
    Limited Edition of 180 numbered copies and 20 artist’s proofs + 40 numbered and signed copies and 10 artist’s proofs. These 50 copies (40 numbered and signed + 10 artist’s proofs) contain each a unique photography on Baryté from the series Susannah-1980-Berkeley. It comes to complete and differentiate the copie in the frame of an insert.
    Produced and published in 2017 by mfc-michèle didier
    ©2017 Paul Armand Gette and mfc-michèle didier

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  2. Cinématographies

    Paul Armand Gette
    Cinématographies

    €450.00

    Numbered and signed copy with a unique photography

    252 pages
    26 x 29,5 cm
    Limited Edition of 180 numbered copies and 20 artist’s proofs + 40 numbered and signed copies and 10 artist’s proofs. These 50 copies (40 numbered and signed + 10 artist’s proofs) contain each a unique photography on Baryté from the series Susannah-1980-Berkeley. It comes to complete and differentiate the copie in the frame of an insert.
    Produced and published in 2017 by mfc-michèle didier
    ©2017 Paul Armand Gette and mfc-michèle didier

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  3. Nympha Nocturna ssp. Rosea P. A. G.

    Paul Armand Gette
    Nympha Nocturna ssp. Rosea P. A. G.

    €1,380.00

    Numbered and signed copy 

    26 x 39 x 5.5 cm
    Limited edition of 8 numbered and signed copies and 4 artist’s proofs
    Produced and published in 1995 by Les Maîtres de Forme Contemporains (mfc-michèle didier) 

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