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Citrons Pasteque

Measures: 55cm x 46cm. Year Painted: 2001 Style: Oil on Canvas

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Eglise Fecamp

Measures: 65cm x 50cm. Year Painted: 1959 Style:

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Measures: 50cm x 61cm. Year Painted: 2006 Style: Oil on Canvas

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Painter and Artist DENIS URBAIN PENGAM

Denis Urbain Pengam

Painter Denis Urbain Pengam Those of us who love shapes and delight in their infinite possibilities recognize that peculiar certainty of finding ourselves at home in the paintings of Denis Urbain Pengam. Denis’ painting, with its use of fractures in an order of a picturesque space, fortifies the emphasis in his excellent compositions. Of course, […]

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Denis Urbain

Artist Biography

1945/1950 The little school kid with its gray apron and “overshoes” typical of the wartime and postwar in France, there I was, between Felletin (and faux la montagne limousine, creuse) and Versailles (Chasney, Monfort, L’amaury) (these last two places near Paris). He began to perform in the spring of 1947, with fabulous dreams, the next […]

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paintings

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Contact Artist

Denis Urbain Pengam lives in the Caribbean in Cancun, Mexico Contact Him with the form on the right Address Sm 11, Mza 5, Lote 5, Puerto Morelos Cancun, Mexico Zip Code: 77580 Telephone: +52 (998) 871 0131 E-mail: info@denisurbainpengam.com Name* Email* Subject Message

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Those of us who love shapes and delight in their infinite possibilities recognize that peculiar certainty of finding ourselves at home in the paintings of Denis Urbain Pengam.

Denis’ painting, with its use of fractures in an order of a picturesque space, fortifies the emphasis in his excellent compositions. Of course, in the structural sustenance of his work one can observe the heritage of masters such as Cezane, Paul Klee and Picasso, who were concerned with somehow and some way, retrieving the characteristics of primitivism.