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Geneviève Claisse (1935-2018): Composition (2016)

Geneviève Claisse (1935-2018): Composition (2016)

CHF 390.00Price

Geneviève Claisse (1935-2018): Composition (2016)

Serigraph on perspex, edition of 30, signed and numbered

Format : 50 x 50 cm

Published by Galerie-F, Kranenburg

Used condition with some minor marks. 


Geneviève Claisse (born 1935) is a French artist known for her contributions to the field of geometric abstraction. Born in Quiévy, France, Claisse comes from a family of artists, with her father and grandfather both being painters. She studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Lille, France, and later moved to Paris to pursue her artistic career.

Claisse's artistic practice is characterized by vibrant colors, bold shapes, and a meticulous attention to detail. She uses simple geometric forms such as squares, rectangles, and circles to create compositions that are both harmonious and visually engaging. Her work often explores the interplay of light, color, and space, creating a sense of depth and movement.

Throughout her career, Claisse has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums around the world. Her artwork can be found in many public and private collections, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Centre Pompidou in Paris.

Claisse has remained dedicated to her artistic vision, continually pushing the boundaries of geometric abstraction. Her work has garnered critical acclaim for its balance, precision, and sense of dynamism. As a respected figure in the art world, Claisse's contributions to geometric abstraction have left a lasting impact, inspiring generations of artists with her unique and distinctive style.

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