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In 1989, Bernard Alligand signed a contract with Vision Nouvelle. Its President Mr. Wicart asks him to interpret his paintings by engraving. This transposition will bring his engraving even closer to his painted work. Bernard Alligand will climb a new stage in the development of his work. To obtain this equivalent, he will have to indulge in a geometric cutting of his plate and seek means to convey the idea of collage as in his painting. Thus began his period of geometrization and the application of linocut.

A few decades later, new linocuts were born, construction games of abstract shapes with jerky rhythms where black in the foreground dominates over the underlying red, all saturated and flat colors, contrasting that the white of the paper brings out even more. .


Several carborundum and linocut passages on Moulin de Larroque 600 g rag paper. 


Linocut. Several passages and colors on Velin BFK paper from Rives white 250 g. 
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