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Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides

Paul Delmée




















Paul Delmée



Né le 7 août 1944 à Bruxelles (Uccle)

Etudes à l'Académie des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles.

Toutes les oeuvres reprises dans ce site appartiennent à de nombreuses collections et collectionneurs dans le monde entier.

"Mes peintures sont exposées en permanence à la Galerie Tempera qui, après 25 ans d'existence à Bruxelles, a installé tout récemment ses cimaises à Beaune."

Paul Delmée
















Imaginary landscapes and still lifes, painted as realist illlusions: the power of suggestion seems endless in the paintings of Paul DELMEE.
No aggressive monsters or harch and vivid colours, but rather an atmosphere of silence, a gentle palette that exhausts all the nuances of the monochrome that leads you by the hand to discover the imaginary world of this painter.

Paul DELMEE (1944, Belgium)

Paul Delmée is born on August the 7th in Brussels (Ukkel). He studies at the 'Académie des Beaux-arts' in Brussels.

Individual exhibitions in Brussels, Ghent, Amsterdam, Geneva, Lille contribute to the appreciation of the unique painting style of this artist and the recognition of his remarquable technical understanding and artistic use of the tempera technique. Numerous collective exhibitions in Belgium and abroad.
Several participations to Lineart, the fair for contemporary art in Ghent.
TEMPERA Art gallery, located in the center of Brussels, follows up on his artistic development during several years, untill he decides to move to France a few years ago.

2009: participates to the prestigious 'Art Nocturne' exhibition in Knokke, Belgium


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