Inspired by Wassily Kandinsky's reflections on music, including his publication "Über das Geistige in der Kunst" (1911), as well as by Sonia and Robert Delaunay's colour-theoretical works,
Marino Marini ‚Shakespeare II aquatint etching on handmade paper 1978 editon 75 + Roman numerals 50 sheet scale 76 x 56 cm signed and numbered Guastalla A 211 The Italian artist Marino Marini
Lesser Ury spent his childhood in Berlin. At the age of 26, the young man spent more than ten years in Europe until he finally returned to his hometown in 1887. The metropolis became his preferred
Josef Albers, German-American painter, art pedagogue, and teacher at the Bauhaus, emigrated to the USA after the National Socialists seized power in Germany and the Bauhaus closed in 1933. Albers
Hermann Max Pechstein is a master at creating exciting and atmospheric images with his woodcut-like formal language reminiscent of African cult objects and his sometimes daring colour compositions.
Born in Rome in 1932 into a family of artists. Her father Mario, a sculptor and her mother Francesca, a painter and a talented puppeteer. One of her first exhibitions was in 1956 at the Venice
"I live the adventure of the white canvas." (EWN, 1953) Ernst Wilhelm Nay was a master of colour and its movement on canvas. Starting from a representational early work influenced by
Bernard Aubertin (1934 Fontenay-aux-Roses, France – 2015 Reutlingen, Germany). Around 1951 he began his apprenticeship at the School of Decorative Art. His encounter with Yves Klein in 1957 was