BERNARD BUFFET SIGNATURE ANALYSIS

Bernard Buffet's signature is incredibly distinctive. In many ways it mirrors his stylized and highly angular mode of draftsmanship. His signature is often slightly thicker during early years—becoming thinner and more compressed as his work matures. With this being said, his signature always remains a prominent feature of the canvas image, often taking up a large surface area—with plenty of surrounding space to highlight and call attention to the identity of the artist. Buffet often recorded the year at the beginning or end of his signature.

Buffet Experts will carefully analyze the signature on your painting or drawing to determine if it was done by the hand of Bernard Buffet.

La casserole rouge (1951), oil on canvas, 114 x 146 cm, Musée Bernard Buffet

La casserole rouge (1951), oil on canvas, 114 x 146 cm, Musée Bernard Buffet


Les grues d'Hokkaido: Deux oiseaux combattants (1981), oil on canvas, 200 x 254 cm, MuséeBernard Buffet

Les grues d'Hokkaido: Deux oiseaux combattants (1981), oil on canvas, 200 x 254 cm, Musée Bernard Buffet
























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