GENEVIÈVE CLAISSE

1935

Geneviève Claisse's paintings have always been abstract, from the beginning of her carrier. Parent of Auguste Herbin, she adheres in 1958 to the ideas of the contemporary Abstraction Creation created by the French painter before she takes part in kinetic art, of which she develops unprecedented exploration of bidimensionnal works.

Throughout her career, which she continues today, Geneviève Claisse organizes her compositions of forms by relationship, reciprocity or opposition creating compositions in which the balance of dynamic forces is mastered with intelligence.

Claisse (1935) - Risselty vert, 1966, Huile sur toile, 130 x 162 cm
Claisse (1935) - Contralto, 1963 Huile sur toile, 92 x 73 cm
Claisse (1935) - ADN, 1972, Gouache sur papier, 40 cm x 40 cm
Claisse (1935) - Agena, 1965 Gouache sur papier, 54 cm x 52.5 cm
Claisse (1935) - Soleil des eaux, 1965 Huile sur toile, 100 x 100 cm
Claisse (1935) - Cercles, 1967, Gouache sur papier, 50 cm x 50 cm
Claisse (1935) - Brusc 65, 1965, Huile sur toile, 100 x 100 cm
Claisse (1935) - Knack rouge, 1965, Huile sur toile, 81 x 116 cm

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