"The paintings create seemingly vast and deep expanses, punctuated by surface accents of linear and textural patterning. At once intimate and monumental, [these compositions] often relinquish all descriptive associations. To Bourguignon, however, the paintings never became fully abstract; he preferred to see them as filled with multivalent references, there waiting to be found."
in the exhibition publication for
Paul-Henri Bourguignon: A Retrospective, 1906-1988
Schumacher Gallery, Capital University, Columbus, Ohio, 1989
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