PAJOT

Le Cordes Sensibles


Mixed technic on canvas

100 x 100 cm


La Carte dérobée


Mixed technic on canvas

73 x 60 cm


Saxo


Mixed technic on canvas

116 x 89 cm


Triangle


Mixed technic on canvas

100 x 100 cm


Don Quichotte


Mixed technic on canvas
130 x 97 cm

 


Chanteur masqué


Mixed technic on canvas
81 x 65 cm


Liane et le Phoenix


Mixed technic on canvas
100 x 100 cm


La grande bleue


Mixed technic on canvas
100 x 100 cm


Le voleur masqué


Mixed technic on canvas

100 x 81 cm


Fiona


Mixed technic on canvas
55 x 46 cm


Colombine sur fond rouge


Mixed technic on canvas
41 x 33 cm


Le Gouverneur


Mixed technic on canvas
41 x 33 cm


Ecoute


Mixed technic on canvas
55 x 46 cm


La Bauta


Mixed technic on canvas
60 x 60 cm


Les musiciens


Mixed technic on canvas
92 x 73 cm


Le Rendez vous


Mixed technic on canvas
41 x 33 cm


Pierrot


Mixed technic on canvas
65 x 54 cm


Un regard


Mixed technic on canvas
46 x 38 cm


La bretelle mauve


Mixed technic on canvas
60 x 60 cm


Masque à la coiffe rouge


Mixed technic on canvas
40 x 40 cm


Tragédie


Mixed technic on canvas
89 x 116 cm


Attention fragile


Mixed technic on canvas
65 x 54 cm


Orage sur San Giorgio


Mixed technic on canvas
81 x 100 cm


Cornemuseux


Mixed technic on canvas
73 x 60 cm


Encore un grand chapeau noir


Mixed technic on canvas
80 x 80 cm


BIOGRAPHIE

| PAJOT |

Since he was a child, he developed his skills for drawing. It is a gift from his mother, Reine Pajot-Védry, she was born in Vergt as well. She is an artist who made remarkable sculptures.

As a self-taught artist, Pajot did enhance his abilities for painting rubbing shoulders with other artists. He met them at the Beaux-Arts Society of the Perigord, in France. It was founded in 1978, by Jean-Daniel Ribeyrol and Paul-André Enard, two painters. Eventually, in 1981, Pajot considered his artwork to be ready for presentation. Therefore, he participated at his first collective exhibition in a small Périgord town.

In his work, the shapes and subjects are a reason for many and abundant research of tones and shades. They are repeated interpretations of the same idea in order to achieve a darker shade of black, a more discret tone of gold or a more delicate shine… However, it is what the artist gives us to think. The truth is that Pajot is continuously on a quest to find Don Quichotte.  He look out for the very short moment in which the masks come off so he can be moved by the human condition.

This is how he explains his particular affection for the work of Daumier, Lautrec, Schiele, Lucian Freud and Jansem. His work has been a part of Galerie Mickaël Marciano for several years now, and it continues today.

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