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530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street
Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
Romaric Bonne
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY

  • Deslouise   Deslouise
    Oil on Paper
    16" x 20.5"
    Romaric Bonne

  • Eenarth   Eenarth
    Oil on Linen
    26" x 32.5"
    Romaric Bonne

  • Eenarth - L'age Adulte   Eenarth - L'age Adulte
    Oil on Linen
    22" x 18.5"
    Romaric Bonne

  • Immense   Immense
    Oil on Linen
    9.5" x 12"
    Romaric Bonne

  • L'idee Que Nous Avions de Vous   L'idee Que Nous Avions de Vous
    Oil on Linen
    26" x 32"
    Romaric Bonne

  • Loin de Ceux   Loin de Ceux
    Oil on Linen
    20" x 28"
    Romaric Bonne

  • Lueur Sûre   Lueur Sûre
    Oil on Linen
    18.5" x 22"
    Romaric Bonne

  • Margaan   Margaan
    Oil on Linen
    32" x 46"
    Romaric Bonne

  • Mori   Mori
    Oil on Wood
    24.5" x 34"
    Romaric Bonne

  • Nevada   Nevada
    Oil on Linen
    26" x 32"
    Romaric Bonne


Romaric Bonne

Artist Romaric Bonne adds a narrative to every scene. From shadowy interiors to the remote wilderness, his paintings capture specific interactions between characters. Growing up near a small theatre in the French Alps, Bonne understands the hook of a compelling story as he traces individual relationships. In Eenarth - L'age Adulte, a man shines a movie camera into another man’s face as he pins him down against a narrow hallway. In Margaan, a naked woman struggles against her captors with her face masked in shadow. The story begins at the height of the climax, with the viewer walking in during the most disturbing part of the film.

The artist renders these intimate scenes with the upmost attention to detail. His uses somber tones and black empty space to hint at the private struggles of contemporary life. As his characters toil away in the shadows, their suffering seems to go unnoticed. Dim and full of dread, his paintings offer no respite from this cruel reality, just an honest look at the way people live their lives when no one’s looking.