Bressan is in fact a fine intellectual, an attentive frequenter and connoisseur of the national and international artistic scene, a voracoius reader and an erudite scholar. He loves to compare and dialogue about philosophy, anthropology and aesthetics at their highest levels. The product of his artistic activity can not but be a summa of this variety of stimuli that is reflected in a convinced and determined adherence to the field of abstraction. This offers the opportunity for a myriad of comparisons with trends and single authors of abstraction oft he second half of the 20th century, especially in the context of the so-called Color Field Painting, the American tendency of which Mark Rothko is the most sublime author. The research of Bressan in fact starts from the fundamental coordinates of color and time (the time of paintig, but also of mankind and cosmos). This makes him one of the most important artist oft he second half of the twentieth century. His research allows us to glimpse and sometimes grasp universal concepts referring to the world of ideas. Moreover, it brings us to the purely emotional dimension of the free search for the concepts of harmony, soul and purity.