Bernard Buffet


French artist Bernard Buffet had his first solo show in Paris in 1947. Tall figures painted in muted tones with strong black outlines were prominent subjects of Bernard Buffet’s artwork. Cityscapes, still life, and interiors were also vividly portrayed throughout his engravings, sculptures, and lithography pieces. Artist Bernard Buffet’s prints include over 8,000 paintings he completed during his career.

Most known among artist Bernard Buffet’s prints is a likeness of the Institut et le Ponts des Arts designed for a French stamp in 1978. Bernard Buffet’s paintings worth can vary based on authenticity, quality, and medium. If you’re looking for standout pieces of art to spark interesting conversations with your houseguests, purchase stunning and unique portrait paintings online to create those engaging discussions.

Past Lots

Bernard Buffet, (1928 - 1999 French), Oiseau, black bird, Oil on canvasboard, 6.25' H x 8.75' W

Sold: $16,000

Bernard Buffet, (1928-1999 French), Bald Eagle, Oil on canvas, 17.75" H x 11.75" W

Sold: $5,500

Bernard Buffet, (1928-1999, French), "Ladies Games, color #2," (from the suite of 10 color and 10 black and white), 1970, Color lithogr

Sold: $687

Bernard Buffet, (1928 - 1999 French), "Fleurs," 1955, Color lithograph on paper under glasss, Image: 19.75" H x 15" W

Sold: $650