Composition

1.400
20th century
Autre style
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From: 44300, Nantes, France

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    Robert Marc

    Oil on cardboard
    Excellent condition

    About the work
    This work, like the work of Robert Marc, is inspired by Tatlin's Russian constructivism. Idea of a construction without any link with visual reality. Autonomy of forms therefore, a form that creates a relationship of tension with that of its immediate proximity.

    Robert Marc explores the variations of this choice of abstract shapes: rectangular planes, circles, arcs of circles, square planes, the effects and relationships of which he accentuates with uneven touches of color.


    About the artist
    Robert Marc (1943-1993) is a French painter born in Auxerre. He was introduced to painting at an early age, in particular by attending the new school in French-speaking Switzerland.
    Robert Marc mainly produced oils on canvas, cardboard or panels.
    His first solo exhibition was held, quite late, in 1988 at the Artko gallery (Toulouse) and a year later in New York. Robert Marc has exhibited in Switzerland, France, the United States and Japan. A first retrospective took place in London in 2011.

    Ref: H0BSAJ2A1V

    Style Autre style
    Century 20th century
    Width (cm) 14,5
    Height (cm) 24
    Materials Carton
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 1 Business Day
    Location 44300, Nantes, France

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