“Far from being realist portraits, [Bourguignon’s faces] are reductive forms, often imbued with a patchwork of layered textures and colors and with simply rendered lines of brushwork to indicate, with the barest possible detail, distinguishing characteristics such as eyes, lips, and other facial features.“
—Michael Abatemarco
“Faces in the Crowd: Paul Henri Bourguignon”
Pasatiempo, the arts publication of the Santa Fe New Mexican
February 14, 2014

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